“The global IP Telephony market was valued at million US$ in 2018 and will reach million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of during 2019-2025.” It is one of the crucial elements of the IP telephony market research report of 2019. Clearly, it states that the market of IP telephony is growing and will thrive greatly in the next 5 years. Further, this report puts its main focus on the IP telephony volume and its value at certain levels- the global, the regional, and the company as well. It was gone through deep research and ...Read more
Preamble: Following is an article describing all that you need to know about IP telephony to exceed the voice communication demands of every tech-savvy client. Quick Links: 1. What is an IP Telephony?2. Benefits of IP Telephony3. IP and VoIP Telephony4. IP Telephony Diagram5. How do IP Telephones work?6. IP Telephony Deployment Models7. Features of IP Telephony8. IP Telephony Protocols9. Common IP Telephony Issues10. Frequently Asked Questions What is an IP Telephony? An IP (Internet Protocol) telephony is an aspect of communication that uses the internet to exchange voice messages, fax, and other types of information over the IP-based ...Read more
“The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – This saying is applicable to individuals, teams, as well as businesses. While building a business, one of the most difficult and crucial aspects is to build a culture where people love to come to work. They feel more connected; their work environment encourages them to contribute more & perform at their highest level; and where group of individuals/team collaborates together from different geographic locations without feeling they are distant apart. In fact, this is all about the enterprise technology and ambience that can make or break the employee's ...Read more
In our earlier blog-Migration from TDM to IP telephony(Part 1): Hybrid Approach & Benefits we have discussed about the benefits of migration from TDM to IP. In this blog we will talk about various deployment models used for migration. Deployment Models 1. Single Site Model: In this model, the call processing agent is located at a single site and no telephony services are provided over IP-WAN. This implies that in case of IP-WAN failure or insufficient bandwidth, there is no loss of call processing service since each site is isolated and self-contained. Small or mid-sized businesses deploy these models over ...Read more
With regular upsurge of the global market, more and more enterprises are switching their ways to enhance the agility and adaptiveness to earn an edge in the current competitive world. Replacing outdated systems with the new ones helps you lower the cost with improvement in scalability and efficiency simultaneously. In such circumstance, upgrading devices to IP phones will be going to present you a myriad of benefits. Migration from TDM to IP telephony is a step taken towards Unified Communications. It brings convergence of network infrastructure, which implies that there won’t be disparate networks for voice, video, and data. Talking ...Read more
Today, corporate people are focusing more on productivity rather than the workstation. Remote working is becoming the new norm for businesses. Moreover, it is the fact that nowadays, people opt for flexible work from home solutions to impart much positive energy on both work and life, as compared to traveling & invite obstacles due to geography. Since enterprises are constantly looking out for the ways to unleash their productivity, teleworker solutions come with an objective to extend the same services of enterprise-grade voice, video, IM, presence, content sharing, and conferencing services. These are available for all, from the desk ...Read more
Small, mid-sized or large enterprises are continuously looking for solutions to enhance business communications and expand their business potentials. The present scenario is that PBX systems or VoIP desk-phones are ruling the market in the realms of communication and collaboration. With globalization, the world is turning into a much more interconnected place and with the way, businesses operate today, there is need to build up a unified communication system that is much more than just PBX voice services and that supports the contemporary mobile workforce. This welcomes the arrival of softphones. Contemporary Workplace Today, a workplace is not restricted to ...Read more
For many decades, EPABX was considered as the most viable mode of business communications. They were built on copper wires and run on POTS (Plain Old Telephone Services). Talking about the contemporary scenario, businesses want to expand their potentials and revamp internal & external communications. Therefore, the arrival of IP PBX has turned around the tables. An IP PBX is a PBX phone system that uses internet protocol instead of the traditional analog services. This blog will help you give a comprehensive discussion on IP-PBX vs EPABX or why to choose IP telephony (VoIP phones) over traditional PBX systems to ...Read more
In this blog, we are having an unbiased discussion on IP Phone vs Digital Phone which will help you decide which business phone system you must choose for your business. Previously, analog phones were deployed which consisted of voice circuits made up of copper wire which transmitted voice as electrical signals. With the evolution in digital landscape, the traditional analog phones got replaced by digital phones. Talking about digital business phone systems, they convert the analog voice signal into digital signals (0,1) The signal is then transported and decoded as sound at the other end. What makes these digital phone systems ...Read more
SIP trunking and PRI are two techniques that are storming businesses and paving a way towards a more consolidated network in Unified Communications. Let's have a look at basics of PRI and SIP Trunking: What is SIP Trunking? 1. SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) enables users to engage in integrated and consolidated communications instead of physically separated voice and data networks, anywhere and anytime, irrespective of the network infrastructure employed. Unlike physical connection in PRI, SIP trunking works on virtual connections. 2. SIP has come up as the universal standard for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services. 3. SIP trunking is a ...Read more
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