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  1. VoIP's broadband Bottleneck
    Broadband Net-phoning services pushing aggressive expansion plans are discovering a harsh reality: Some residential Internet service providers in the United States currently can't guarantee the bandwidth required to handle calls effectively. AT&T Vice President Kathy Martine said she learned that lesson the hard way during recent trials of the company's Call Vantage Net-phoning plan, which it hopes to introduce in 100 markets this year. Some customers' broadband connections just weren't good enough to provide "AT&T-like" quality, she said. So the company was forced to help the broadband providers fix their connections. Now AT&T Labs is "doing a lot of statistical modeling and analysis on that so we can, in fact, prove where the problems are in the future," Martine said recently. "But the reality is, it's only as good as the broadband connection to your home.
  2. VoIP broadband Adopter
    Until recently your Broadband Internet connection will only be used for data communications, i.e. sharing an Internet connection, files or printer resources. It is now possible to make telephone calls over your Broadband connection using a special telephony broadband device  and a related service provider. VoIP stands for 'Voice over IP', which in real terms means to make telephone calls over the Internet. Internet Protocol is a method by which data is sent from one device (e.g. computer or telephone) to another over the Internet. Each device connected to the Internet has at least one IP address that uniquely identifies it from all the other devices on the Internet. An IP address can be equated to a telephone number with an area code and a unique number.
  3. Superline VoIP broadband
    SuperLine's VoIP service enables customers to make free calls between other SuperLine VoIP customers as well as making savings on UK & International calls over their Broadband connection. Get friends and family abroad to register so that you can call each other for free, and then they can make international calls from their location to phones anywhere in the world at SuperLine's great rates. Register for our SuperCall option and get 12 hours of UK and International phone calls a month for only 12.99! - yes, that's just 1.8p per minute To use the VoIP service either IP Telephones can be connected directly to a broadband router or various VoIP devices or software phones can be used to make calls. 
  4. Vigor2100VG Broadband Router with VoIP
    The DrayTek Vigor 2100V is an broadband firewall/router - ideal for sharing your Cable Modem (e.g. Telewest Blueyonder or NTL) between several PCs, with a built-in VoIP (Voice over IP) telephone port. Even if you have just one PC, the router provides the firewall facilities. The phone port enables you to use your existing broadband connection to make VoIP calls to any other compatible device, anywhere in the world and anywhere on the Internet, free of charge. You can receive calls too of course, and all with a standard (analogue) telephone which you connect into the socket on the back of the router. By using the DrayTEL PSTN gateway you can also make calls to or from any regular phone line worldwide, including mobiles - the call is carried to/from your phone via your internet connection so your regular phone line remains free for other people/calls.
  5. VoIP broadband integrated router
    The wireless VoIP / Broadband Integrated Router is designed to enable users to take advantage of Legend Communications revolutionary PipeCall VoIP (Voice Over IP) solution which allows telephone calls to be made using a Broadband connection to anywhere in the world at a fraction of the cost of landline calls. The PipeCall Broadband Integrated Router is a compact wireless VoIP router with comprehensive features. Rich Firewall security features such as Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), DoS Prevention and Parental Controls are integrated to provide users unparalleled protection. Quality of Service features enable smooth network connection for inbound and outbound data, with minimal traffic congestion. You can benefit from our next generation converged communications solution today.  
  6. VoIP broadband Telephony  
    IP Telephony or Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) has been a popular tech news item lately. It is a service that allows users to connect to the telephone system with their broadband Internet connections called VOIP Broadband Telephone. With a few companies already offering the VOIP Broadband Telephone service, the big telecommunications companies are now starting to get involved. Vonage is a New Jersey based company that has been in the VoIP business for over two years. VoIP is a relatively easy concept to understand. The VOIP Broadband Telephone system uses a device to turn an analog voice communication made on a regular telephone to a digital signal that can be transmitted over the internet. Vonage has a PoP (Point of Presence) with telephone companies throughout the U.S. where that digital telephone call is forwarded on to the local phone systems and turned back into an analog transmission. All of this takes milliseconds to do.
  7. VoIP broadband Phone Service
    How you can save BIG with VOIP broadband phone service. Residential and small business VOIP providers is starting a new telecom revolution. There are many more providers in business than just a few years ago. The revolution has been made easier because you can use your existing corded or cordless phones. Not necessary to buy special broadband phone to get VOIP broadband phone service. Easy to get started and fast installation that any residential or small business customer can hook up in minutes. The most you should pay is $24.99 and some Voip providers charge only $19.99 a month. This VOIP broadband phone service includes local and long distance in the U.S. and Canada. Most VOIP providers offer for additional money international service. Another plus to VOIP phone service is the ability to offer member to member calling with no additional charges.
  8. The VoIP broadband Phone Services
    VoIP broadband phones are now available to those who want phone service at a rate lower than what they are currently paying. To obtain VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephone service, one must have a DSL or a cable Internet connection and an accelerator box connection. Service can, indeed, cost less than a landline phone service, but how much less depends upon the features the consumer chooses to include. VoIP calling can sometimes be provided by an Internet provider, and when they are, the consumer will likely get a better deal than using an outside subscriber. Since VoIP broadband phone services use the Internet as the vehicle for moving a call to its destination, the process is simpler than landline phone service, and so they can charge less. With a landline phone, there is an origination fee by the telephone company where the call begins, and a termination fee by the telephone company where the call ends. Since the caller is using his or her Internet line, there is just the termination fee at the other end. Hence, the cost is lower.
  9. VoIP broadband Phones
    There are several service providers who now offer Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) / Broadband Phone service to their customers. This service is attractive to people because they can now have voice service using their Internet Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) connection, and no longer need a dedicated telephone line to make phone calls. They also are provided with long distance service at no charge. Given the attractiveness of this service, people may not stop to think about drawbacks to the service, such as the fact that Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) may not work for VoIP/Broadband phones.  Citizens have come to rely on E9-1-1 service, and have an expectation that this service will be available from any phone. 
  10. Linksys SPA3102 VoIP Broadband Router
    The Linksys SPA3102 features the ability to connect standard telephones and fax machines to IP-based data networks with the additional benefit of an integrated connection for legacy telephone network "hop-on, hop-off" applications. SPA3102 users will be able to leverage their broadband phone service more than ever by automatically routing local calls from mobile phones and land lines over to VoIP service providers and vice versa. If power is lost to the unit or Internet service is down, calls can be redirected to a traditional carrier via the FXO interface. A user calling from a mobile phone or land line will be able to reduce and even eliminate international and long distance telephone charges by first calling their Linksys SPA3102 via a local telephone number. The advanced authentication and call routing intelligence programmed into the SPA3102 will route the call via the Internet to the far end destination. 
  11. VoIP Broadband Service offers variety of options
    Packet8 broadband telephone and videophone service includes phone-based management for call routing and voicemail configuration. Subscribers can manage configuration of account by phone following voice prompt instructions. Subscribers can also acquire toll-free number service for business or personal use in conjunction with any calling plan. Both 411 Directory Assistance and Reverse Directory Assistance are available to Packet8 users. the Packet8 voice over internet protocol (VoIP) and videophone communications service provider, announced the addition of three new calling features for its residential broadband telephone and videophone services. The new features enhance the functionality of the Packet8 service while providing subscribers with greater flexibility in managing their phone service options.
  12. IntelliTouch VoIP broadband
    The IntelliTouch ITC-3002 is a professional, business grade VoIP phone designed specifically for business envrinoments. It is the ideal solution for IP-PBX, Softswitch and IP Centrex applications and is enables communication with any compatible IP phone, gateway or voice endpoints. The ITC-3002 offers simple connections to any home or office LAN, DSL or Cable Modem.  There are few Features:-
    * 2-line VoIP phone
    * 3-Way conferencing
    * Call logs (in, out, & missed)
    * Do not disturb/auto answer
    * Echo cancellation and jitter buffering
  13. Broadband VoIP : Skype Vonage
    This paper is the product of VoIP Market Research which is available from Birds-Eye. Net . Certainly, telephone companies are just as serious about Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) as broadband enabled VoIP companies such as Skype, Vonage, Net2Phone, etc. and most are rolling out some form of VoIP or have plans to roll it out. While it may be said that traditional telephone companies find themselves behind the technology curve in some ways, their bread and butter service (POTS ? Plain Old Telephone Service) works, it is reliable, and it can absolutely sell as the only true ?life line? service. 
  14. Broadvoice VoIP broadband IC
    The BroadVoice VoIP solution allows IP telephony equipment manufacturers and broadband DSL and cable service providers to economically offer a distinctly more advanced telephone service to consumers and businesses worldwide, while at the same time using significantly less bandwidth than existing solutions. The BroadVoice BCM3341 integrates seven commonly used, general-purpose chips into a single, efficient integrated circuit (IC) that reduces the size and power of the system while providing increased performance and better voice quality. The BroadVoice BCM3341 integrates an unprecedented amount of technology. Included in this chip are a very high-performance dual multiply and accumulate 200+ MIPS digital signal processor, a high-performance DSP memory system, a FlexiVoice? POTS codec, a PacketSync packet synchronization processor, a telephony phase lock loop (PLL), a battery voltage sensor, an internal voltage regulator, a high-efficiency, high-voltage telephone ring generator controller, and a time-division multiplexing (TDM) expansion interface.
  15. VoIP Broadband Router RTP300
    Think of the Linksys Broadband Router with 2 Phone Ports as a kind of "splitter" for your Internet connection. Just connect your DSL or Cable Modem to the Router, and all the computers in your home or office can share the Internet - all at the same time. The built-in 4-port switch lets you attach four local PCs directly, or daisy-chain out to more hubs and switches as your network grows. There are three of these routers available. They are still packaged in the original boxes and were only used once for temporary office purposes. They are in perfect working condition and bear no physical defects of any kind. There are few Features of VoIP broadband router:-
    * Share your high-speed cable or DSL Internet connection with multiple computers
    * Built-in switch connects four local PCs directly - daisy-chain out to more hubs and switches as your network grows
    * Two standard phone jacks enable feature-rich telephone service over your cable or DSL Internet connection
    * Supports Quality of Service for clear telephone reception, DHCP, and Universal Plug-and-Play (UPnP)


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