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Voip Insfrastructure - Unified Communications | LSAR

Voip Insfrastructure – Unified Communications

Converting Signals Into Digital Data

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol is a way for taking analog audio signals those that you hear when you speak to someone on the phone and converting those signals into digital data which can then be transmitted over the internet.

Better Use Of Internet Connection

VoIP can transform a conventional Internet connection into a way where free phone calls can be placed. VoIP system allows you to make both landline and cell phone calls. It also enables you to call from computer to computer calls where both parties can speak through the computer’s microphone and listen through computer speakers or headsets. It is also worth noting that you can make calls through landline telephones as well. You will just need an analog telephone adapter that is connected to your network. Furthermore, if you want to get the best quality and security while making calls then you need to consider VoIP.

Revolutionary VoIP Technology

Another useful benefit of using VoIP software is that you are bypassing the phone company and its charges completely. This technology is actually revolutionary as it has the potential to absolutely rework the phone system of the entire world. VoIP vendors such as Vonage already have been around for a long time and are steadily growing every day. A lot of major phone carriers are already preparing to set up VoIP calling plans in several markets around the UK. Besides everything else, VoIP actually is a smart “reinvention of the wheel”. An interesting fact about VoIP is that there is not just one way to make a call. There are actually three different ways through offered by VoIP through which you can make calls.

ATA

It is the most simple and commonly used way to make a call is through a device called ATA (Analog Telephone Adaptor). The ATA lets a standard phone connect to your computer or your internet connection so you can use VoIP. ATA is an analog to digital converter. It works by the analog signals from your regular phone and turns it into digital data for transmission over the internet. A lot of big providers are now bundling ATAs along with their own services. You just have to crack the ATA out form the box, plug its cable from your phone which would usually go to into the wall socket into the ATA, and then you can make calls from VoIP. A number of ATAs might ship with extra software that is loaded onto the host computer to configure it, however, in any case, it is a very simple setup.

IP Phones

These particular phones are just like any other regular phone with a handset, cradle, and buttons. However, rather than having the standard phone connectors, these phones have an Ethernet= connector. This type of IP phones connect directly to your router and have all the hardware and software which is required onboard to handle the IP call. Wi-Fi phones allow users to make VoIP calls from any of the Wi-Fi hotspot.