The business of business: VoIP revenues charting back up after 2009 slowdown

While business VoIP service revenues dipped in 2009 along with an economy that was bottoming out, they're slowly climbing back in 2010, according to the latest analysis from Infonetics Research which charted progress across both residential and commercial spaces.

"The IP connectivity segment of the business VoIP services market surged past the managed IP PBX and hosted VoIP/US services segment to become the largest segment of the market in North America," the research said, citing continued consolidation in the marketplace that included Comcast's (Nasdaq: CMCSA) New Global Telecom acquisition and MegaPath's purchase of Speakeasy and Covad.

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