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Would My Business Really Benefit From Using VOIP?

03rd June 2013
VOIP, or 'voice Over Internet Protocol' to give it it's full name, basically entails making and receiving telephone calls via an Internet Protocol (IP) network (typically the internet) as opposed to the convention way through the public switched telephone... Read >
Author: Seeney Media

The History and Technology of Landline Telephones

22nd October 2012
I have three telephones on my desk: a slim beige push-button model with redial and speed-dial buttons purchased in the late 1990s, a squat black 1950s “Modern Telephone with letters along the dial and a real bell inside, and a smartphone. One phone is f... Read >
Author: Eternesse

The assessment criteria for the selection of the company's VoIP solution

03rd June 2010
Migration of Corporate Communications for VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) address the legacy Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) or PBX is a rational economic decision and that VoIP is the acceptance as a standard service communication won. But t... Read >
Author: mizanur

SIP phone and SIP trunking

30th March 2010
SIP phone and SIP trunking Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) offers an advantage for small businesses that have moved to VoIP. To understand the advantage, we must first look at the issue of using SIP trunking versus PRI (Primary Rate Interface). In... Read >
Author: TheOfficePhone
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