VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol and it allows you to place telephone calls over a data network like the Internet. It operates by converting your voice signal from your telephone into a digital signal that can then be transmitted over the Internet. The digital signal is then converted at the other end back to a voice signal that the other party can hear. VoIP allows you to use your network connection to make and receive calls, in exactly the same way you use your current phones.
Articles in this section
- What kind of IT resources are required with Solgari?
- Codec's supported
- Security protocols used
- Where are Solgari's data centres located?
- Points of presence used
- What is VoIP
- What is the difference between Solgari’s Tier 1 VoIP service and applications like Skype and Google Voice?
- Is voice quality an issue with a cloud based service?
- Does the location of user compared to the locations of data centers cause latency issue?