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What Is SIP Trunking? Article rated 3.0/5.0
  What Is SIP Trunking?   For enterprises wanting to make full use of their installed IP-PBXs and not only communicate over IP within the enterprise, but also outside the enterprise a SIP...
The Benefits of Migrating to SIP Article rated 4.2/5.0
The Benefits of Migrating to SIP Integration with SIP Trunks enables multi-domain communication including: Branch Offices and Remote Workers Hosted service Companies IT Applications Se...
IP Communications Terminology Article rated 4.1/5.0
We have provided several term definitions below. The VoIP Dictionary Contains more than 11,000 terms related to Voice over Internet Protocol, Telecom, and Packet Voice Communication Systems and Servi...
SIP trunking and how it can benefit you Article rated 4.3/5.0
What you need to know about SIP trunking and how it can benefit your business A SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunk is a service that allows businesses with an installed PBX to use real-time co...
The Benefits of Migrating to SIP Article rated 4.3/5.0
The Benefits of Migrating to SIP Integration with SIP Trunks enables multi-domain communication including Branch Offices and Remote Workers Hosted service Companies IT Applications Server tools l...
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol Article rated 3.7/5.0
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. It is also referred to as IP Telephony or Internet Telephony. It is another way of making phone calls, with the difference of making the calls cheaper...
Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA) and Analog to Digital Conversion Article rated 3.3/5.0
ATA Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA) is a communications adapter that allows analog telephone devices (e.g. a computer modem) to interconnect to digital telephone systems. Analog to Digital Conve...
Quality of service (QoS) Article rated 3.7/5.0
Quality of service (QoS) is one or more measurement of desired performance and priorities of a communications system. QoS measures may include service availability, maximum bit error rate (BER), minim...
VoIP Gateways Article rated 4.4/5.0
Learn about VoIP gateways A VoIP gateway (or PSTN Gateway) is a device which converts telephony traffic into IP for transmission over a data network to connect a traditional PBX/Phone system to the...
Session Initiation Protocol - Definition Article rated 3.5/5.0
Session Initiation Protocol DEFINITION - The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standard protocol for initiating an interactive user session that invo...
 

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 What Is SIP Trunking? Jul-09-2012 20 8:55pm
 Session Initiation Protocol - Definition Sep-25-2010 15 3:25pm
 The Benefits of Migrating to SIP Sep-06-2010 19 7:48pm
 VoIP Gateways Jun-16-2010 15 3:16pm
 SIP trunking and how it can benefit you May-13-2010 17 5:24pm
 Quality of service (QoS) Apr-07-2010 14 2:15pm