Daniel Taylor writes:
If we assume that users are inherently mobile and that the best way to deliver services to these users is to make mobility “easy,” then we need to make mobility “seamless.”
By seamless, we mean:
* True integration of voice and data traffic at an application and network level.
* Integration between enterprise and carrier services. (e.g. voice mail, PBX, call routing, authentication, and billing)
* Single sign-on and seamless user roaming across all networks for all applications.
Or — in other words — breaking down the artificial “walls” between traffic types and networks. Voice and data. Fixed to mobile. Enterprise and carrier.