IP telephony pushed by major telecom vendors

InfoWorld |  Networking

WorldCom is playing up the unified messaging and multimedia applications the company will make available using the SIP (Session Initiation Protocol).

"Our vision is to use a standards-based approach to deliver applications such as instant IP conferencing and messaging," said Theresa Hastings, director of multimedia services at WorldCom. The company will begin making its VOIP services available in the second quarter.

Therefore, AT&T shot back, "The difference between our services and others is that we have customers up and running, and we have since mid-2000," Earley said.

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