5 Benefits of Switching From PBX to VoIP

Brett Harney VoIP

Hosted Voice over IP is emerging as the dominant choice in small and mid sized business implementations, mainly due to its simplicity. More and more companies are embracing the benefits a voice network provides. The following information was p…

No cell signal? No problem. Enter WiFi VoIP!

Brett Harney VoIP

Whether it’s via an app or built directly into phones, the future of Wi-Fi calling looks bright. Cellphone calling over the internet would certainly benefit small businesses located in remote areas with less than stellar cell signals. A piece from Network World discusses the trend in moving mobile calls to Wi-Fi. For your kid calling you from college, this may not be an issue. But for a business moving towards a VoIP environment, do you have the bandwidth and network management available to handle existing voice traffic?

5 Issues to Consider Before SIP Implementation

Brett Harney VoIP

Are you stuck at a crossroads with the next step in moving your company to VoIP?   Session initiation protocol (SIP) is an open standard protocol technology that can be deployed to enable VoIP. (See our Article Back To Basics: What is SIP Trunking?) Christopher Smith from Network World outlines five important issues to  consider for SIP conversion in his article “5 keys to successful SIP implementation:”

Voice over IP uses the session initiation protocol (SIP) to convert phone conversations to data and send it through a public or private IP network instead of using telephone lines or fixed bandwidth T1 and T3 options. This can be a brilliant way to cut costs, gain flexibility and more efficiently use existing resources, but consider these issues to ensure successful implementation: