Voice over IP (VoIP) bandwidth requirements vary depending on the codec used. When you begin to calculate how much bandwidth you’re going to need for your VoIP solution, you cannot expect that every line will be used concurrently and packets will constantly be transmitted and received. Typical voice conversations have moments of brief pauses and silence where no packets are transmitted. Here are tips and ideas to help you calculate your VoIP bandwidth requirements. SIP Trunki
VoIP doesn't always completely eliminate the need for old-fashioned copper phone lines through the local telephone company. Sometimes the simple, cheap solution to supporting some devices is to keep them on the older technology. Many businesses find it worthwhile to keep one or more copper lines in their communications systems mix because not everything that works well with the Public Switched Telephone Network (PTSN), also called “analog” and “copper” and often the simple so
When comparing expectations and realities for BYOD, at some point, you must consider its impact on employees. After all, they’re the driving force behind BYOD, and they’re not doing this to make you happy. Employee satisfaction can take many forms, and the better you understand what this looks like, the more successful your Unified Communications deployment will be. This article provides some core examples of what to look for as well as false assumptions you’ll want to avoid.
Health care institutions and medical practices are adapting to their changing markets through the application of voice over IP (VoIP) technology. VoIP, unified communications (UC), and video conferencing are becoming disruptive technologies in the health care industry, giving us all some lessons to learn. 1. Even Unified Communications Has Its Limits We espouse the benefits of VoIP and UC here on IT.toolbox.com, but I came across an interesting mention in a post entitled VoIP