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.
- VoIP Hardware Equipment & VoIP Hardware Devices
To be able to place or receive calls using VoIP, you need a hardware setup that will allow you to speak and listen. You might need simply a headset with your PC or a complete set of network equipment including routers and phone adapters. Here is a list of the equipment that is normally required for VoIP. Don't get freaked out by the technicalities, because you won't be needing them all. What you need depends on what you use and how you use it. I have omitted regular devices like computers, sound cards and modems, assuming that you already have those on your PC if you are using PC-based telephony.
- The VoIP PBX Equipment
Fonality is your source for an affordable telephone system that was built with the needs of the small business owner in mind. We specialize in full-featured telephone systems for small and medium-sized businesses and we pride ourselves on outstanding customer service. Our knowledgeable sales team can quickly assess your business telephone system needs and recommend one of two Fonality products from which to choose. We can also recommend the appropriate VoIP PBX equipment. Our PBXtra? Standard and Call Center telephone systems are built upon a stable and a reliable software platform and offer the highest-quality PBX phone system available in today?s market. Our team of engineers and computer programmers are well-versed in the intricacies of public branch exchange software and have developed two telephone systems that offer all the enterprise-class features used by corporate offices for a fraction of the price.
- Netopia Voice over IP Equipment
Netopia gives service providers the equipment needed to quickly add Voice-over-IP (VoIP) services for existing customers, or attract new customers with VoIP services, while using existing broadband routers and gateways. Based on the Netopia Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA), this distributed solution enables the use of VoIP services by existing telephones and fax machines at residences and small businesses anywhere there is an Ethernet port. When connected to Netopia's broadband gateways and routers, the Netopia ATA can be remotely managed using DSL Forum TR-069, greatly simplifying widespread deployment.
- Voice over Broadband and VoIP Equipment Market
An industry update on VoIP carrier equipment published by Mercator Capital, a privately held investment bank, reveals that the main driving force behind the present growth in VoIP is Voice over Broadband (VoB). According to the report, many VoIP equipment vendors stand to gain from the proliferation of VoB in countries where mature broadband markets already exist . Broadband operators, including ISPs, are not generating much revenue from Internet access alone. In order to maintain and improve their revenues, they are beginning to bundle services. Many Broadband service providers are now providing voice as a standard service on top of their Internet access, as the prices for DSL and Cable services decline.
According to IDC?s (News - Alert) ?Worldwide VoIP Support Services 2006?2010 Forecast and Analysis? report, the boundaries between telephony and IT will continue to blur as network equipment vendors move from proprietary hardware and software solutions and toward software running over dedicated servers. Traditionally, networking vendors have experienced very little competition for support services due to the proprietary nature of their products,? a press release announcing the report?s availability states. ?But, as the market shifts toward software solutions running on general purpose servers, a slew of third-party support services providers and systems vendors have an opportunity to provide support services for the hardware.
- VoIP Equipment Trumps Traditional
IP-based telephone line shipments are expected to surpass those of traditional lines this year, signaling the continued growth of voice traffic on data networks. According to a report by market research firm In-Stat, network administrators are increasingly moving their telephone networks, the PBX , onto the data network as their traditional phone networks reach the end of their equipment lifecycle. In-Stat expects to see a rapid decline in the traditional PBX as companies replace them with IP-based and less-expensive hybrid PBX equipment, which is server-based but uses traditional phones.