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audioconferencing

An audio communications session among three or more people who are geographically dispersed. It is provided by a conference function in a PBX or multiline telephone or by the telephone companies. See voice chat, videoconferencing and data conferencing.
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0 By 2021, the global tabletop audio conferencing endpoints market is expected to reach $488.
According to the company, Microsoft's unified communications solution combined with InterCall Reservationless-Plus Audio Conferencing provides telecommunications and hosting providers tools to help grow service offerings.
Since regulation became effective, we have seen increased interest in the feature available with our audio conferencing, and IR and PR have the key applications for it.
Although the 2011 data in this research service does not include audio conferencing integrated as part of a broader suite of unified communications applications, the competitive impact of UC integration has been factored into all the forecasts.
Bandwidth-intensive video conferencing solutions require intelligent and network-linked installed audio conferencing systems for the effective management of audio, video and data traffic on the network, noted Saayed.
The Business Audio Conferencing service can accommodate a maximum of 120 callers per single audio conference and has the ability to send email and SMS to inform the participants about the meeting.
Two models are offered - the Lucent Audio Conferencing System 500 starting at 24 ports and expanding up to 576 ports, and the Lucent Audio Conferencing System 1100, ranging from 192 to 1,152 ports.
Within this analysis, Frost & Sullivan has identified industry challenges, market drivers, restraints, competitive trends, revenues, market shares, and key market trends, within the North American audio conferencing services market.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled World Installed Audio Conferencing Endpoints Markets provides telephony and conferencing equipment vendors with a detailed look at the dynamics of a changing market.
Frost & Sullivan identifies industry challenges, market drivers and restraints, and provides an in-depth perspective on competitive issues, revenues, market shares and key market trends in the World audio conferencing bridge market.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled World Tabletop Audio Conferencing Endpoints Markets provides communication vendors with a detailed look at the dynamics of a changing market.
Citrix Online's strategy addresses the strong growth potential for high definition and affordable audio conferencing services.