What Is Network Convergence?

January 22, 2024

Network convergence is the practice of integrating telephone, video, and data communication services into a unified platform. Multiple communication modes (texting, VoIP, media streaming, videoconferencing, etc.) on a single network provide a seamless user experience that's impossible to achieve with separate infrastructures. Another common name for network convergence is unified communications (UC).

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