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[November 15, 2012]

Cloud Telephony Technology and Market Analysis & Forecast 2012-2017 Now Available at

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 15, 2012 When most people think of the Cloud, they think about infrastructure hosting as it is a cost effective alternative for enterprise application implementation and ongoing operations. However, few people understand the potential in Cloud Telephony, which represents a significant opportunity for replacement of traditional telecommunications systems, especially for small-to-medium businesses (SMB) communications services.

Some of the advantages of Cloud Telephony include unified communication system without maintaining hardware, software and maintenance cost reduction, single number integration, common system to support multiple locations, improved disaster recovery, and cost effective operations. The Cloud Telephony ecosystem includes cloud telephony providers, smartphone manufacturers, cloud telephony API providers, and various customers such as large corporations, SMB, and various intermediaries.

Companies in Report: Skype, Google, Magic Jackplus, Vonga, Ooma, Earthlink, AoL, Fring, Siplato, HipCom, VXML, VoLGA Forum, Sprint Convergence, Cirrus, FaceTime, Viber, MetroPCS, Alcatel-Lucent, Ditech, Genband, HTC, Huawei, Tecor, Apple, Sumsung, Motorola, Mavenir, LG, Kineto, Sonus, SPA, Starent, Ulticom, Vitend, Wichorus, ZTE, GSMA, Grameen Foundation India, SBI Youth of India, TechSoup Global, Hyundai Trident, OCTA, CISCO, PinPoint MD, Connection Telecom, TomTom, Verizon Communications Target Audience:    •      Cloud based Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) providers    •     VoIP service providers including MSO and OTT operators    •     Non-traditional telephony service providers such as Google    •     Traditional fixed/wireline and mobile/wireless network operators Buy your copy of this report @

Table of Contents for the report “Cloud Telephony Technology and Market Analysis & Forecast 2012-2017” covers: 1.0         Executive Summary 7 2.0         Introduction                9 3.0         Cloud Telephony: Technological Background     10 3.1         What Is Cloud Telephony     10 3.2         Technologies                11 3.2.1     Sip         11 3.2.2     Ivr         14 3.3         Comparative Use Of Telephony Technology By Sip Vs. Ipbx Vs. Ivr 2011 - 2016     17 3.4         Speech Technology: A New Technological Opportunity For Cloud Telephony                18 3.5         Prerequisites For Cloud Telephony             19 4.0         Security And Privacy Concern For Successful Cloud Telephony             20 4.1.1     Dos Attack     20 4.1.2     Un-Authorized Call 20 4.1.3     Bounce Attack             21 4.1.4     Personalization         21 4.1.5     Media Specific Attack             21 4.1.6     Malicious Code Injection     21 4.1.7     Voip Phishing                21 4.1.8     Toll Fraud     22 4.1.9     Spit     22 4.1.10    Tools 22 4.2         Solutions For Secured Cloud Telephony System 22 4.2.1     Secured Log On            22 4.2.2     Secured Transaction             23 4.2.3     Continuous Monitoring And Audit             23 4.2.4     Anti Virus System     23 4.2.5     Using Sip Proxy            23 4.2.6     Sip Encryption Technique     23 4.2.7     Network Infrastructure     23 4.2.8     Authentic Upgrade 24 4.2.9     Use Secured Protocols         24 4.2.10    Use Dedicated Server                24 5.0         Present Status Of Cloud Telephony: At A Glance 25 5.1         Market Share Of Popular Voip Vendor     25 5.1.1     Fring 25 5.1.2     Skype    26 5.1.3     Google Voice 26 5.1.4     Call Rate For Different Cloud Telephony Provider             28 5.1.5     Monthly Cost For Different Provider         28 5.2         Cloud Telephony Market Value Projection 2012-2017        29 5.3         Comparative Revenue Of Different Cloud Telephony Telecom Operators Service Provider: 2010-2012                32 5.4         Comparative Annual Revenue Of Voip: 2010-2018 33 5.5         Next Generation Voice: Volte            34 5.6         Voice Over Lte Via Generic Access (Volga) 35 6.0         Traditional Phone System Vs Cloud Telephony     37 7.0         Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cloud Telephony     50 8.0         Opportunities And Challenges Of Cloud Telephony         57 8.1         Vaas     57 8.2         Open The Door To Utilize Speech Technology         57 8.3         Robust Unified Communication Platform             58 8.4         Call Service     58 8.5         Opportunities For Industry                58 8.6         Opportunities For Telecom 59 8.7         Opportunities For Ngo         61 9.0         Government & Cloud Telephony     63 9.1         Scope Of Cloud Telephony Services                63 9.1.1     Judiciary Help Line For Gender And Domestic Violence    63 9.1.2     Bank Service 63 9.1.3     Immunization Program     64 9.1.4     Disaster Management: Emergency Announcement         64 9.2         Social Welfare & Cloud Telephony 64 9.3         Case Study: India & Cloud Telephony             65 9.3.1     Farmers And Fishermen Helpline Using Cloud Telephony             65 9.3.2     Cloud Telephony & Ivrs Based Daily Monitoring Systems             66 9.3.3     Hyundai Trident         67 10.0        Cloud Telephony Adoption For Business Growth             69 11.0        Conclusions And Recommendations         81 List Of Figures List Of Tables Explore other reports on the IT & Telecommunications Market @

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