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I am in the process of purchasing a few VoIP books, and was curious if anyone has read “Voice over IP: Strategies for the converged Network” by Mark A. Miller, or “Carrier Grade Voice over IP” by Daniel Collins?
The two books seem to have gotten rave reviews, any comments on this?
How much do the two vary on assuming the reader’s existing knowledge on VoIP or telecom for that matter?
We have reviewed both books on our new Web site. You can read our reviews at http://www.voip-calculator.com/books/.
Yes, I originally saw both books reviewed on this site, and researched them through other reviews (editorial & customer).
I was curious of what the people who post on this site had thought about it as well. AS it turns out though, I have decided to purchase both, and have already ordered them.
“Carrier Grade VoIP” by Daniel Collins is a must!
I bet u’ll post the same sentance after reading that outstanding “well of knowledge” for VoIP technology.
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