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How does VoIP technology differ from Voice and Data Convergence technology?

How does VoIP technology differ from Voice and Data Convergence technology?
VoIP specifically refers to sending voice traffic over an IP (Internet Protocol) network. Voice and data convergence refers to sending both voice and data (such as LAN traffic) over any data network (typically an IP network, frame relay network or ATM network).
This was last published in July 2003

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