VoIP Cable Modem
Voice over Internet Protocol transmits voice signals in real-time over the Internet or IP network using your broadband Internet connection. VoIP works by sending voice information in digital form in packets. You make and receive calls as you would on a regular phone; the only difference is that calls travel over the Internet instead of over a phone line. A number of companies offer voice over Internet protocol. Vonage is the largest in this niche industry with 260,000 phone lines running through its service. Now many cable companies are leaping into the fray by adding VoIP services to their service repertory. Cablevision Systems and Charter Communications, for example, now rely on it for all of their voice services. In their eagerness to provide multi-tiered service, Cox and Comcast offered service over the Public Switched Telephony Network (PSTN). Although initially a network of analog telephone systems, the PSTN is now almost completely digital.
External Csble Modem w/USB,Ethernet, and VoIP
The Ambit Cable Modem with Embedded MTA (EMTA) combines the latest technology available in the industry today. Ambit?s EMTA is based on DOCSIS 2.0 and Packet Cable technology, ensuring compliance with today?s industry standards. Rely on Ambit?s extensive experience in both DOCSIS and VoIP with millions of cable modems and MTAs deployed worldwide. The end result is a single robust device that provides high speed data and telephony service over a cable line. The U10C017 EMTA supports all the hardware features needed in a residential environment. Users can place voice and fax calls using the two RJ-11 telephone lines. PCs can connect to the Internet using USB or 10/100Base-T Ethernet port (or both simultaneously if supported by MSO). For added peace of mind, users can take advantage of the EMTA?s dual battery backup option. The EMTA supports tool-less battery installation, allowing users to install or replace the battery any time.
Rs. 20,000 US$ 300
Today: Rs. 10,000 US$150
Course Duration: 30 hrs
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