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TMCNet:  Popular Tech Blog Digitalolympus.com Highlights Future Role of Unified Communications and LTE in New Article

[October 31, 2012]

Popular Tech Blog Digitalolympus.com Highlights Future Role of Unified Communications and LTE in New Article

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) New York, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2012 A new article on popular tech blog DigitalOlympus.com reveals how future business technologies packing LTE (4th generation mobile communications) and UC (VoIP-enabled unified or integrated communications) will change the business landscape forever. Future business technology will most likely be powered by LTE (4G mobile connectivity featuring faster network speeds, better mobile connections, faster downloads and smoother browsing) and an integrated, seamless network architecture powered by Unified Communications (UC) VoIP phones and business phone system equipment. LTE is still new, but UC is already being implemented on a wide scale by leading telecom manufacturers like TalkSwitch and Yealink, among others.

The article showcases how LTE (4G mobile internet) and UC technologies will be used to power future business IT and communications networks.

DigitalOlympus.com is a dedicated tech blog powered by tech writers with expertise across various tech fields and disciplines including telecom, Internet, mobile & cellular, health IT, e-commerce, and more. By presenting up-to-date information on today’s leading technology and providing valuable and key insights into what the future may hold, DigitalOlympus.com provides its readership with a view into their world like they’ve never had before, as well as a way to track and anticipate the changes our world faces in a digital age.

“The future can only get better – and as far as technology is concerened, this is a given. LTE and UC will make business technologies and their communication features faster, more capable, more powerful, seamless and more cost-effective,” says a Digitalolympus.com spokesperson.

For more information on the future role of Unified Communications and LTE, please visit Digitalolympus.com.

About Digitalolympus.com Digitalolympus.com is an online news Blog dedicated to educating its readers on the latest technology advances. They are committed to gathering information on up and coming technologies that will enhance the lives of their readership. Digitalolympus.com is always at the forefront of technology news and events guiding its readers to accurately determine the best course of action for themselves and their businesses.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Digital_Olympus/Phone-Systems/prweb10074987.htm (c) 2012 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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