The next-generation Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solution designed for businesses that want all the features of a PBX or Key system without the associated capital, lease, or maintenance costs.
As your voice and data demands increase, existing telecommunications solutions may not have the functionality to address the communications needs of the marketplace. The sophisticated nature of Voice over IP (VoIP) may result in businesses engaging their communications providers for a single service environment that address all converged voice and data applications.
Our newly developed portfolio helps companies manage bandwidth fluctuations and data transmission requirements by reducing new capital expenditures and overall operating expenses. This converged offering can virtually eliminate the need for incremental voice-related hardware, instead allowing for virtual capacity management rather than management of physical lines. Additionally, internal calling expenses, switch maintenance and internal resource costs can be reduced through the elimination of local access and intra-location lines.
What is VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol, also called VoIP, IP Telephony, Internet telephony, Broadband telephony, Broadband Phone and Voice over Broadband is the routing of voice conversations over the Internet or through any other IP-based network.
Benefits of VoIP
Traditional phone calls work by allocating an entire phone line to each call. With VoIP, voice data is compressed and transmitted over a computer network. This means VoIP uses substantially less bandwidth than a traditional telephone call and is consequently more cost effective. There are however several other benefits to using this technology.
- Simplified infrastructure
With VoIP on your network you no longer need separate cabling for your telephone system.
Traditional PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange) based phone systems come in many size ranges and it may be necessary periodically to scrap existing systems and replace hardware; this is not the case with VoIP systems.
- Reduce operating costs
Because a VoIP exchange is based on software rather than hardware, it is easier to alter and maintain. Typically a savings of 30%-50% can be expected.
- Improve productivity
VoIP treats voice as if it were any other kind of data, so users can attach documents to voice messages or participate in virtual meetings using shared data and videoconferencing.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an allocated amount of bandwidth on the public Internet where public access is prevented through encryption. If your company has its own VPN and combines it with VoIP, you can set up a fully functioning office anywhere there is a broadband connection
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