carrier telephony

carrier telephony

[′kar·ē·ər tə′lef·ə·nē]
(communications)
Telephony in which a single-frequency carrier wave is modulated by a voice-frequency signal for transmission over wire lines.
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Clients can continuously refine detection parameters related to criteria such as voicemail greetings, background noise and carrier telephony differences.
Barak 013 expects to be the first Israeli service provider to migrate its entire carrier telephony infrastructure to a next generation packet-based network, maintaining the same level of security and reliability it has today with its traditional circuit-switched network.
Compaq is pleased to work with Dialogic to deliver the standards-based administration tools required for mission-critical enterprise and public carrier telephony solutions," said Tom Bunch, vice president, Business Development, Enterprise Solutions Division, Compaq Computer Corporation.