What is VoIP?
What is VoIP?
VoIP (Voice over internet protocol)
According to How stuff works: “VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a method for taking analog audio signals, like the kind you hear when you talk on the phone, and turning them into digital data that can be transmitted over the Internet.”
For instance, VoIP providers like Skype or Vonage allows you to make free phone calls locally and internationally using IP.
This is such a phenomena in the business sector. Because of the cost efficiency that VoIP technology can provide, corporate businesses are moving from the traditional wire-telephone systems to VoIP systems.
There are three types of VoIP services namely: (VoIP is available on smart phone, PC’s and devices connected to the internet)
ATA – Analog telephone adaptor, known to be the most common
IP Phones – Phones which can be connected to Wi-Fi can use VoIP services
Computer to computer – Known to be the easiest way to use VoIP services
VoIP Phones | VBX Business VoIP
VBX offers several alternative PBX systems to meet your specific business’s needs.
Our system for small offices and a small number of extensions. The VBX Office system is designed for small offices, with typically 10 to 30 VoIP Phone extensions.
VBX Head Office
Our system for a large office or head office with multiple branches. The VBX Head Office system is a 1U server capable of supporting hundreds of VoIP Phone extensions,
depending on system requirements.