VoIP Telephony

VoIP telephony is a cost effective alternative to PSTN.

VoIP telephony, or Voice over IP, commonly refers to the communication protocols and transmission techniques involved in the delivery of voice communications.

VoIP Telephony Overview

VoIP telephony is the transmission of voice over the digital network, rather than the public switched telephone network.

VoIP Telephony – A Closer Look

VoIP telephony carries voice information to its destination in many individual network packets across the Internet using packet-switched telephony. Once they have reached their destination, the packets are reassembled and adapted to voice.

VoIP Telephony from AVOXI

AVOXI can terminate calls to anywhere in the world in a cost-effective, high quality service manner utilizing VoIP telephony.

VoIP telephony can be customized based on network configurations, utilizes private and public Internet connections, and can operate within a Cisco VPN.

The first recognizable VoIP telephony was launched in 1995, and was revolutionary for its time. Because it was such a success, networking hardware providers became encouraged to develop VoIP product for business and replacing outdated telepohny solutions.

Some of the reasons businesses choose to use VoIP telephony are:

  • cost effective
  • quality
  • security
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