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VoIP has become one of the most talked-about communications technologies of recent years. As more and more people switch to using VoIP, they can take advantage of the many benefits that this technology brings. While already far more technically advanced than traditional communications services, VoIP still continues to evolve. Here’s
voip systems
The use of VoIP for business communications has increased exponentially in the last few years, due to the wide range of features and benefits on offer as well as cost effectiveness. However, with the expansion of the technology from local and wide area networks to internet voice calls, organisations are
voip carrier services
 Making phone calls via the internet using VoIP is something we now tend to take for granted without necessarily thinking about what goes on beneath the surface. The underlying technology, however, is important and a basic understanding of it can help in deciding which system is right for you. Behind
endpoint security
The number of electronic devices including mobiles, tablets and laptops used by each of us is continually increasing, with many of these now routinely used for work purposes. This brings with it a number of security risks that need to be considered and addressed.  Endpoint security management is a branch
voip numbers
A business’ phone number is important for a number of reasons. Clearly, it allows customers to speak with you or your staff, but the type of number you have also says something about the business you are operating. It pays to choose the right number to inspire confidence among your
real transport protocol
Real-time transport protocol (RTP) is a way of structuring data packets so that they can be delivered across the internet at lightning speeds and reassembled into a smooth flowing stream suitable for delivering voice or multimedia in a natural way. Without such a protocol, voice over IP would be impossible.
SIP connections
SIP trunking, as you may already know, is a means of running your business phone calls via the internet rather than using traditional PSTN lines. Ultimately, all of our telephone networks will become IP-based, but many businesses are choosing to make the jump to SIP connections now in order to
VoIP handsets
With the inexorable rise in the popularity of VoIP communication solutions and the impending demise of the PSTN, many businesses are now considering a unified communications strategy with VoIP as a key element. So what handset equipment is involved? Adapt or Replace? A significant percentage of modern phone handsets now
DID Origination Provider
In today’s hugely competitive telecoms world, choosing a provider is far from easy. You might think that selection is all about price, but this is no longer the case. VoIP telecoms is a commoditised market, with wholesale providers especially able to offer very competitive rates. Selecting a provider is about
History of VOIP
What is Direct Inward Dialing (DID)? Direct Inward Dialing is a technology developed to provide a block of telephone numbers for a company’s PBX (private branch exchange). Those numbers are available for distribution to a host of different individuals or departments without each needing a separate incoming phone line. In
What is a softswitch and why is it important? Making a phone call is something we do pretty much without thinking about it. You lift the receiver, dial, and the call is connected. But let’s pause for a second to consider what happens behind the scenes. In the past, the
Local versus toll-free numbers – why local is better Small details have a major effect on first impressions. For a business, that can mean the difference between life and death. A business has a very brief window of opportunity to catch a client’s attention and portray itself in the best