VoIP News: February 2012
Firms are increasingly weighing up their options when it comes to telecommunications, with the internet providing a host of high-quality telephony solutions that mean reliance on traditional phone lines is a thing of the past for many. Max Cooter, editor of technology site Cloudpro. co.
Posted on: 2012-02-21, in: IP PBX
It is well known that using voice over internet protocol (VoIP) solutions will help a business to reduce its costs, as all calls are charged at the same rate and internet links can be cheaper than traditional phone lines. But what should you do when you want to take advantage of VoIP on the go, with the help of one of the latest smartphones?Well, if Imran Choudhary, client manager at consumer knowledge and insights company Kantar Worldpanel Comtech, is to be believed then utilising Wi-Fi rather than data roaming whenever possible is a good idea.
Posted on: 2012-02-21, in: General VoIP
The advantages of voice over internet protocol (VoIP) solutions are so numerous and significant that they tend to remain no matter what industry the technology is used in. That is the view of Martyn Davies, telecom consultant at Weird Crater, who said there is no particular sector in which VoIP has had a greater than normal impact. He suggested this is because the solutions can be relied upon to work across the board.
Posted on: 2012-02-20, in: General VoIP
Small to medium-sized businesses as well as individual consumers are being won over by the idea of implementing voice over internet protocol (VoIP) solutions, according to the latest research on the matter. Indian knowledge and consulting firm Netscribes has revealed its belief that smaller companies in the country are "rapidly embracing" the idea of installing a VoIP link. It is not only standard VoIP that is attracting the interest of businesses either, as the firm noted that mobile solutions are also extremely popular.
Posted on: 2012-02-17, in: General VoIP
The decision to treat voice over internet protocol (VoIP) providers the same as landline and mobile services will make emergency calls in the US more reliable, according to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In a statement, the body announced that companies offering VoIP solutions will now be subject to the same outage reporting rules as other service providers. It is the second boost of this type to VoIP in recent weeks, as Computerworld told of a report published by the Ministry of Economic Development in New Zealand that suggested GPS should be added to the technology to boost reliability.
Posted on: 2012-02-16, in: General VoIP
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