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August 22, 2009


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While I agree with what you are saying, it does seem a bit ironic: we use cloud computing, which intends to offload work from our terminals and allow them to become dumb, only to end up with devices that are smarter.

Michael Graves

I'm not sure how a mobile PBX would be any different from my OnSIP account. It already incorporates whatever SIP devices I have. What has been lacking is a solidly capable mobile SIP client on all mobile devices.

And of course, the carriers are a major impediment. They simply don't allow any VoIP applications on their wireless networks. But that dam will soon bust, too.

I wonder if FMC as we now think of it is even necessary? If your cell phone is just a SIP end-point you can transfer the call from your desk to your cell seamlessly.

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