Metric: 72% of large enterprise to deploy wVoIP by 2009

According to a recent report by Infonetics Research, the adoption of wVoIP services in North America is going to surge over the next three years, with 72 percent of large companies deploying wVoIP services by 2009. Currently, 10 percent of firms use wVoIP, and the report expects that number to triple to 31 percent by 2007. The report predicts that by 2009, 57 percent of small and 62 percent of midsized businesses will use wVoIP as well. The projected growth will be driven by an increased availability of wVoIP handsets and voice-enabling wireless infrastructure. The report found the biggest challenges to wVoIP adoption right now are privacy and security.

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