January 22, 2019 / GuidesFor Team
VoIP calls are replacing analog lines all over the world, but is it capable of making the most important call in a person’s life?
National Emergency Numbers, led by the popular US 911 number, is one of the significant achievements of modern governance. It has saved countless lives and stopped an untold number of crimes. Latest 911 data shows that 80 percent of the 240 million annual call volume are from mobile devices. Given that many mobile calls are moving into VoIP technology, will the national emergency number lose some of its key features, (such as detecting the source of the call through caller ID) because of this development? The article delves into the issue further and the solutions that are being implemented to solve it.—Miyagi Kazuki
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