VoIP Broadband Posted on: March 28, 2008 at 12:00 AM
VoIP Broadband Adapters
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 connectio
Broadband Adapters 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 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.
Software and Broadband System VOIP-Pro supports all of the new VOIP services, such as: Voice over Broadband, IP-PBX and IP Centrex. In addition to web self-service, customer care, billing, service activation and provisioning, VOIP-Pro manages trouble tickets using Inovaware?s fully integrated and market-tested Resolve trouble ticketing software solution. VOIP-Pro is already capable of supporting a wide range of current and new applications, such as WiMax, WIFI and other broadband wireless billing.
One of the most compelling aspects of our solution is the one stop aspect of getting everything a carrier needs to become a full service VOIP
carrier-including a softswitch platform to trial and develop your service offerings.
Broadband Service Providers VoIP Service Providers offers low calling rates for long distance calls as compared to traditional PSTN or mobile phone companies. VoIP phone service can be accessed on a broadband internet connection.
VoIP traffic is one of the fastest growing VOIP forums. It offers a unique portfolio of products and services tailored specifically to users needs. The portfolio consists of a wide range of telephony topics that includes information about VOIP phone service providers, VoIP broadband service providers and VOIP equipment providers. Apart from this, all information about transaction of minutes has been made available too. Voip-traffic provides an excellent platform for its members to discuss about various issues relating to VOIP.
VoIP Broadband phone service Provider
Broadband phone service enables voice telephone calls to work over your high-speed Internet connection. A broadband phone
utilizes the same IP network as your Internet service. Hardware adapters connect a standard telephone to the high-speed Internet connection to create a
broadband phone. Most broadband phone services work only with DSL or cable modem Internet. If you subscribe to dial-up, satellite or wireless broadband, these telephone services will likely not work in your household.
Service providers offer many different broadband phone subscription plans. As with a cell phone, some service plans for these telephones feature unlimited local calling or large numbers of free minutes.
VoIP with Vigor2100VG Broadband Router The DrayTek Vigor 2100V is an broadband firewall/router - ideal for sharing your Cable Modem
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
telephone which you connect into the socket on the back of the router. In addition to the broadband connection, the Vigor2100V connects to your regular analogue phone line so with just a single phone on your desk, you can choose to make calls using VoIP via the Internet or, by dialling #0 before the call, switch over to your POTS line and dial out via the PSTN.