QoS guidelines for VoIP & IP Networks released

The Communications Alliance today announced two new industry guidelines which have been developed to assist operators meet QoS performance objectives when delivering VoIP services and IP networks. Australia is the first country in the world to develop such guidelines, although they have been aligned with and built on international recommendations. The guidelines were developed by […]

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The Communications Alliance today announced two new industry guidelines which have been developed to assist operators meet QoS performance objectives when delivering VoIP services and IP networks. Australia is the first country in the world to develop such guidelines, although they have been aligned with and built on international recommendations. The guidelines were developed by a Communications Alliance working committee comprised of representatives from the telecommunications industry and government regulatory agencies.

It will provide a basis for the delivery of next generation services such as interactive voice or video to end users across different providers. The guidelines address the challenge of using a single broadband connection to combine voice and/or video applications with less time sensitive applications such as Web browsing and e-mail, while not compromising the experience of the voice/video.

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