Videoconferencing billed as OTT killer

Mobile operators' ongoing battle against over-the-top service providers has a new battleground in the enterprise videoconferencing realm, where vendors are working to prove that not only are reliability and quality of service the domains of mobile network operators, but that operators can leverage those advantages to rake in revenues. As third-party VoIP and SMS providers cut into operators' core communications services business, operators are recognizing that they need to copy their OTT rivals. Some maintain that carriers can gain the upper-hand when it comes to critical business communications because they can offer a higher class of service by managing the data center, application servers and media servers as well as delivering the client apps. Find out more in this FierceBroadbandWireless special report.

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