The VoIP phenomenon has swept the nation and isn't expected to show any signs of slowing down. Businesses throughout the United States are leading in VoIP adoption, and as people become more familiar with VoIP thanks to consumer-side providers, it’s likely that business adoption will continue to expand rapidly. Forbes recently cited data from IBISWorld showing that the market for Vo
"VoIP technology has saved corporations, small and large, millions of dollars," TJ McCue wrote in Forbes. There are dozens of providers outside of the big guys … who can help you get voice-over IP into your business.”
Businesses are choosing to adopt VoIP services that enhance productivity while offering cost benefits. But increasing familiarity with VoIP is only one reason for the dramatic market expansion. Technology is also improving, giving companies confidence in their choice to implement VoIP.
In particular, the emergence of 4G services with connection speed of up to 100 Mbit/s was an important development in 2012. With 4G networks becoming commonplace, workers could be confident connecting to their company’s VoIP solution through a robust Internet connection while on the road. As work becomes an activity rather than a location, VoIP will only become more valuable as a means of having a unified communications solution available to workers both in the office and on the go.