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February 03, 2010


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People said the same thing when Cisco decided to get into the VoIP Gateway business, it was hardly too late. The whole advantage of VoIP is that its fast to develop and implement. With the latest iPhone developer sdk apparently encouraging VoIP now, is it really that difficult for a company with the intellectual and programming resources of Cisco to warrant an acquisition, especially if their audience is enterprise where none of the early pioneers in the mobile voip field have yet to gain traction?

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