Windstream's launch of its "Dynamic Office" SIP solution could signal the telecom industry's readiness to adopt the network data and voice tool, according to a columnist who compared the technology's evolution to DSL service. Like DSL years ago, some carriers fear Session Internet Protocol technology will cannibalize sales of T-1 lines, but the columnist points to regional telecom Windstream's action in asserting the need to capture market share for an emerging product.

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