Computer Telephony Encyclopedia

Computer Telephony Encyclopedia

eBook - 2000
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Computer telephony represents the convergence of telephone systems with computers and data networks. It spans a vast range of equipment, technology, and services -- far beyond the boundaries of any one technical discipline. This book provides an all-in-one resource for any professional involved in this burgeoning field. Hundreds of different topics are examined thoroughly, with practical and easy-to-understand explanations of their use and significance, and how they relate to other technologies.

In its essence, computer telephony is the adding of computer intelligence to the making, receiving, and managing of telephone calls. This book covers a broad range of applications, as well as the core technologies that support special services, such as voice recognition, digital signal processing, broadband networks, and IP telephony.

Publisher: New York : CMP Books, [2000], ©2000
ISBN: 9781929629510
Branch Call Number: 004.678 Gr
Description: 1 online resource (563 pages) : illustrations, photographs, portrait
Additional Contributors: EBSCOhost (Online service)


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