As the era of traditional telephony draws to a close, the doors to the next generation in communications open. Chapter 1 of this 4-part e-book discusses electronic human voice communication and its importance in business today. It documents the underlying beliefs, philosophies, and observations of the future of telephony, and provides the basic concepts readers will need to guide them through the rest of the series.
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to being a telegraph engineer in the late 1880s—wondering what that odd couple Bell and Watson were doing with your telegraph cables late at night. Only in our case, there are no thick metallic cables strung from wooden poles. Today, we have wireless signals completing the trip that started on thin strands of glass and may end on MOCA-flavored coaxial cables or twisted pairs of copper wire in residences or smaller fibers in the walls of offices, dorms, manufacturing plants, and laboratories. You are rea