5.11 Inc Men’s OD Grn Nylon Tac Pant 44/30 #74158-182-44/30

Nylon Canvas 5.11 Tactical Pant7.4 oz, 100% nylon canvasThe choice of federal, state, and local law enforcement for over 20 years. The 5.11 Tactical pant’s action waist allows for comfortable freedom of movement and it’s cargo pockets can store a cell phone, flashlight, spare mags, handcuffs, and knives. It has 59 bartacks, a double seat and knees, and our trademark utility strap on the back pocket. The “original” 5.11 Tactical pant in a 7.4 oz, 100% nylon canvas fabric. Enjoy all of the same features as the “original” but in a lighter weight, abrasion-resistant, quick-dry Dri-X-treme wicking fabric. Imported.Both the “original” cotton canvas and the nylon canvas have the same features listed below.Features:- 59 bartacks for strength and durability – YKK zip front fly with Prym snap- Back-up button- Rear slash pockets- Utility strap design- Flashlight/mag/cell phone pocket- Side cargo pockets- Solid brass D-ring- Double seat- Action waist- Double knee accommodates knee pad insert
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IP Telephony Market: Recent Trends

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), or IP telephony, has become a widespread means of communication today. While earlier this was the choice of only a select few, people are now increasingly adopting VoIP solutions. The number of players in this field has gone up substantially and will continue to increase. The heavy competition prevalent in the IP telephony market has driven service providers to slash their prices and offer a wide range of features.IP telephony uses packet-switching protocol to transmit voice signals over broadband lines instead of the conventional circuit-switching network. Analysts have predicted that when unified messaging services that include voice mail, email, faxes, and pages are coupled with IP telephones, it will propel the market to incredible heights.Analysts have further predicted that by 2009, there will be over 155 million business IP endpoints in operation, and over 37% of these will be wireless. By 2009, 73% of customers the world over will be using a wireless handset. The wireless IP end points hold the key to sway the customers to their side.The global VoIP market is expected to reach $3.3 billion by 2010. It is increasingly becoming an indispensable tool for businessmen because it provides cost savings, excellent coverage of voice and data, and better communication. In a recent study, the VoIP market was divided into three groups, namely VoIP over VPN, VoIP real-time QoS bandwidth, and hosted VoIP.Multi-national companies use VoIP over VPN (Virtual Private Network) to eliminate long distance toll charges for communication between different sites. Healthcare (telemedicine) and broadcasting enterprises use VoIP real-time QoS bandwidth to provide real time audio and video data transfer. Hosted VoIP enables enterprises to save on upgrades and capital expenditure.The growth of VoIP shows immense potential to influence the telecommunications market and bring about a radical change.