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Introduction of VoIP Phone Systems Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) represents the latest in phone system technology. With it, regular voice calls are sent over a computer network instead of traditional phone lines. VoIP has been touted as ?coming soo

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  1. Introduction of VoIP Phone Systems
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) represents the latest in phone system technology. With it, regular voice calls are sent over a computer network instead of traditional phone lines. VoIP has been touted as ?coming soon? since the first PC-to-PC telephony applications were introduced in 1995 ? and it looks like it may have finally arrived. In recent years the audio quality has improved drastically, technology has gotten cheaper, and business adoption has started to spike. According to industry analysts Frost & Sullivan, worldwide revenues for IP PBXs (the heart of a VoIP phone system) are expected to grow from $1.96 billion in 2003 to $9.08 billion in 2007. Other industry players predict that by then, more than half of all phone traffic worldwide will be IP-based.
     
  2. VoIP Telephone Systems
    The All-in-One Phone System. The AltiServ? platform is the foundation of every AltiGen phone system, pre-packaged with powerful functionality. The telephone system includes all standard PBX functionality, and can support all Voice over IP (VoIP), analog, or a combination of both. The phone system is easily scaled in both size and capability. All day-to-day management of the phone system can be handled in-house. 
      
  3. VoIP Phone Equipment
    Improve the way your small business operates with a VoIP phone from Vodavi. VoIP equipment allows you to make telephone calls using a LAN or a data network like the Internet. VoIP equipment converts analog voice signals to data and vice-versa so you can speak to anyone with a regular phone number using a VoIP phone. When placing a call using a Vodavi VoIP phone, you'll hear a dial tone and dial just as you always have. When you use a VoIP phone to make phone calls, you can potentially lower your monthly phone service bills and add features to your communications system not available with traditional phone service. Vodavi is a leading manufacturer of VoIP equipment, and best of all, our VoIP phone integrates with your existing Vodavi XTS telephone system with the addition of a single system card.
     
  4. The Small Business VoIP Phone System
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is hot. Companies like Verizon, Vonage, Talkswitch, Lingo, and 3com are rushing to offer VoIP phone systems for small businesses. With VoIP, you can make and receive phone calls via the Internet and save tons of money on long distance charges. Technology is a wonderful thing. When properly utilized, it can save your business time and money. But navigating the technological landscape can be an adventure, particularly if you're not fully aware of the products and services that are available. One technological product gaining popularity in the business world is VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol.
     
  5. VoIP Telephone System with Solution
    Voice-Over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) was designed to transmit data, images, and voice communication throughout the Internet, reducing long-distance telephone charges and saving you money. Our VoIP telephone system offers the same features as your standard PBX phone system, plus much more. Based on an Asterisks backend and SIP compatible, the AppsTel, Apps Communications' VoIP telephone system, is a fully-featured phone system that allows smooth, quick, and easy integration with CRM applications via TCIP (Transit Communications Interface Profiles) connections for both LAN and WAN systems. The VoIP telephone system can be used as a stand-alone VoIP phone switch or in conjunction with your existing telephone system. When used with your existing telephone system, the cost of implementation can be greatly reduced.
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    Posted on: March 29, 2008

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