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Posted December 17, 2002
Finally, a book that explains it right.
This technology is complex and difficult to understand. The advantages of IP Telephony can be hard to grasp. Ken Camp¿s book truly demystifies IP Telephony. Ken explains the technology in ways that keep technical people interested, yet simplifies it for decision makers to implement IP Telephony solutions successfully. I will continue to take advantage of this book as an Internet consultant. More importantly, so will my clients.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 27, 2002
Comprehensive yet succinct coverage of this important topic
Are you a professional (engineer, manager, director, account executive) who needs to understand the salient issues surrounding IP Telephony quickly? If so, Ken Camp's new book is for you. I've been studying this topic for several years and never before have I come across a volume that is so succinct and approachable, and yet complete in its coverage of this much discussed technology arena. Are you a scientist or software developer who needs a book that covers every last bit of technical minutae, right down to the definition of every bit's function according to every published standard? If so, go get a copy of the standards. This book is for people who need to quickly understand the relevant aspects of IP Telephony and make sound business and technical decisions; if that includes you then you can't do better than Camp's latest work.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 10, 2002
All IT Managers would benefit from this book
Mr. Camp's IP Telephony Demystified does an excellent job of providing the reader with a managerial and ¿why it matters¿ look at the issues and reasons surrounding the application of IP Telephony. What I appreciated most was the grace and style of dealing with a myriad of complex interrelated aspects of this complicated subject matter area. I especially found Chapter 7, Gateways between Networks, relevant to sorting out the various ILEC, ITSP and Enterprise Models. In addition, Chapter 8, Premise-based Telephony, contains some keen insights not seen in other related books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.