Special Report: VoIP for Beginners

VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) is basically the transmission of  voice communications and multimedia sessions via internet protocol (IP) networks, for instance the web. While early VoIP service providers offered business model on the architecture of legacy telephone network, the modern generation providers (i.e Skype) have built closed networks offering the benefit of free calls with minimal charges on access to other communication networks.

The system employs session control and signaling protocols to control signaling and setup of calls. But, instead of being transmitted over a circuit-switched network, however, the digital information is packetized and transmitted as Internet Protocol (IP) packets over a packet-switched network.

And the pros of VoIP services includes being less expensive than standard telephone network services. But call quality can be a factor in one's decision to switch to VoIP. Albeit, constant innovation and upgrades are making VoIP comparable in quality to the traditional phone system.

In this whitepaper, VoIP for Beginners, you'll be introduced to how VoIP works. Along the lines of the key technical terms and learn the issues that affect bandwidth and call quality. Also, learn three issues to consider when defining VoIP call quality. Download the Free whitepaper on "VoIP for Beginners" now!
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