As businesses continue to expand and more companies open offices across the globe, VoIP solutions are becoming increasingly popular with firms worldwide. But what exactly are they and how can they help your organisation stay connected? VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is the technology underpinning consumer services such as Skype
How did it develop? Without the Internet, VoIP rather obviously would not exist. Therefore the history begins in 1989, when British scientist Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web whilst working at the CERN laboratory. He was working on a way of enabling scientists around the globe to share information.
International calls are getting cheaper, but the range of options and providers also means that finding the best deal is getting more complicated. There are clear benefits to taking advantage of wholesale voice termination, provided that you have a reliable provider to work with. Competition equals competitiveness One of the
VoIP has existed as an enterprise technology for over a decade now, but only in the past few years has it gained serious traction among business and home users. This shift has occurred fairly rapidly, with VoIP now becoming the de facto standard for business. The possible surprise here is
VoIP is rapidly becoming the gold standard for voice termination and telephony, both for businesses and individuals, but there are a lot of terms relating to it that few people outside of the sector understand. For example, when we talk about VoIP providers, there are multiple distinct groups: Tier 1