VoIP Phones

VoIP Phones are the hardware/software for making VoIP calls.

VoIP Phones

VoIP Phones



VoIP Phones are the hardware/software for making VoIP calls. These hardware and/or software can be used to make short and long distance voice calls. Making a call from VoIP Phones are very cheap as it uses the IP network to transmit the voice data in the form of data packets. Here you will find many VoIP products that you can use to make VoIP calls. 

Here are the list of VoIP Phones: VoIP Head Phones
A broadband hard phone is a self contained IP telephone that looks just like a conventional phone but instead of a conventional phone jack, it has an Ethernet port through which it communicates directly with a VoIP server, VoIP gateway or another VoIP phone. Since a broadband hard phone communicates directly with a VoIP server, VoIP gateway or another VoIP phone it does not require any personal computer nor any software running on a personal computer to make or receive VoIP phone calls. It can be used independently, all that is required is an internet connection. While PC based software solutions are cheaper, a hard phone is the best solution for IP telephony.  

What is VoIP Phones
VoIP allows you to make telephone calls using a computer network, over a data network like the Internet. VoIP converts the voice signal from your telephone into a digital signal that travels over the internet then converts it back at the other end so you can speak to anyone with a regular phone number. When placing a VoIP call using a phone with an adapter, you'll hear a dial tone and dial just as you always have. VoIP may also allow you to make a call directly from a computer using a conventional telephone or a microphone.

D-Link Wifi VoIP Phone
No idea if this is the D-Link DPH-540, but the FCC has just approved a phone that looks just like it from D-Link. This one has 16 MB of memory, email support, 802.11 b/g, and works on the SIP protocol. Sorry kids, no native Skype on this one. Look forward to an official announcement from D-Link soon, whether this is the DPH-540 or a younger model. Thinking they can take on the 802.11b/g VoIP offerings from Linksys and Netgear, D-Link appears to be ready to throw their phone into the wireless ring. Perusing the FCC site, we saw the D-Link "we don't have a name yet, so insert model number here" entry all ready to be the phone of the future.

VoicePulse VoIP Internet Phone Service
VoIP phone service can give you lower cost 'basic' service, and can save you even more money on long distance and international calling. If you're a business, you should consider adding one or more VoIP lines to your PBX system. And if you're looking for home service, maybe VoIP service can completely replace your regular home phone. The VoIP service offered by VoicePulse is very similar to that offered by the other two products reviewed (Packet 8 and Vonage). But there are some differences, with VoicePulse offering a broader set of features than either of the other two products.

Packet 8 VoIP Internet Phone Service
The cost savings offered by VoIP can be enormous. One of the Packet 8 service plans includes unlimited long distance service everywhere in the US and Canada. And Packet 8 are offering signup discounts to Travel Insider readers. The VoIP service offered by Packet 8 is (unsurprisingly) quite similar to that offered by Vonage. But, the differences are important and make a positive difference to the overall service. Packet 8 uses a different type of voice processing interface box to that offered by Vonage. Installing the Packet 8 box was as simple as installing the Vonage box, however. There were simple three step instructions included - plug in the power supply, plug in the network cable, and plug in the phone! What could be simpler than that.

USB VOIP Internet Phone 
Unlike most other USB phones on the market, our phone has a digital display and many advanced features, and is now only £24.95 (RRP £31.95). You might not know it but you can give BT a two-fingered salute and make calls to your friends and family for free using your broadband or even dial-up connection. All you need is our USB Skype phone and you an start making local, national and international calls for the very reasonable price of nothing whatsoever. Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, allows you to use your broadband connection as a normal phone line but instead of paying minute by minute call charges, you pay no extra. All you need to do is install the supplied software and use it to connect to other Skype users. 

Atcom VoIP USB Phone 2 Pack
You?ve drooled over her MySpace pictures and all those JPGs she sent. You?ve sent her gift after gift from her Amazon wishlist. You?ve been charmed by her instant-message malapropisms. Now, all you want to do is hear her voice. Easy. You buy this two-pack of Atcom Voice Over IP (VoIP) USB phones, send her one, and sign you both up for a VoIP service like Skype or Vonage. As the kütting-ëdge early adopters know, calls from one VoIP user to another don?t incur per-minute charges no matter where in the world that other IP is. Sure, there?s a monthly fee, but it?s a lot cheaper than airfare to Quezon City. And even if hers gets lost in the mail, you can call her land or cell phone for way cheaper rates than the usual.

VoIP Phone Systems Introduction 
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) represents the latest in phone system technology. With it, regular voice calls are sent over a computer network instead of traditional phone lines.VoIP has been touted as ?coming soon? since the first PC-to-PC telephony applications were introduced in 1995 ? and it looks like it may have finally arrived. In recent years the audio quality has improved drastically, technology has gotten cheaper, and business adoption has started to spike. According to industry analysts Frost & Sullivan, worldwide revenues for IP PBXs (the heart of a VoIP phone system) are expected to grow from $1.96 billion in 2003 to $9.08 billion in 2007. Other industry players predict that by then, more than half of all phone traffic worldwide will be IP-based.

AirTouch VoIP Ethernet Phone
Once billed as the number one greatest invention of all time, the telephone has undoubtedly etched its mark in history, and is arguably something the modern world could not live without. Evolving along with today's technology, the internet has brought forth huge possibilities, and is set to change the way telecommunication is seen today. VoIP, an acronym for the process known as Voice over Internet Protocol, is one such wave that has come up as a result of technology advancement, and as such, a new type of telephone has been manufactured specifically for this purpose. Today's exclusive review brings to attention a specialized VoIP phone, the AirTouch High Performance Ethernet Phone, and attempts to figure out what makes it so unique.

Privacy Guru Locks Down VOIP
First there was PGP e-mail. Then there was PGPfone for modems. Now Phil Zimmermann, creator of the wildly popular Pretty Good Privacy e-mail encryption program, is debuting his new project, which he hopes will do for internet phone calls what PGP did for e-mail. Zimmermann has developed a prototype program for encrypting voice over internet protocol, or VOIP, which he will announce at the BlackHat security conference in Las Vegas this week.

Telephone Service over Satellite
The Bluebox 400 is Ground Control's satellite phone solution for organizations that demand the highest grade telephone service (over satellite) that includes unique telephone numbers with dial-tone. After installation, you use the service just like any telephone. This solution is used by many Government agencies for use in Disaster Recovery operations. The BlueBox Universal Access Device (UAD) allowing you to easily connect wireless telephones, fax machines and laptops, or converge a wireless network infrastructure. It sits on the edge of your network to offer scalable last mile technology. The system consists of a CUP, hardware, firmware, VoIP application software, as well as serving as a router, DHCP, Quality of Service (QOS) Manager, Triple DES VPN Client, SIP Proxy, SIP Enabled Firewall/NAT, and analog gateway... all in one lightweight unit. It also acts as a 802.11 wireless access point for any wireless equipment connection.

City Software-VoIP Phone
Making calls from your desktop or notebook computer without a sound card has never been so easy.  This fully-featured USB VoIP Phone allows you to talk to friends or colleagues just like a normal telephone. Used in conjunction with Skype or similar software, it offers you a complete free Internet telephony solution. The UVP-001 features simple plug-and play installation, integrated LCD and keypad, echo cancellation and noise reduction. 
? Talk to friends or colleagues just like a normal phone 
? Provides a complete free Internet telephony solution 
? SKYPE* ready - talk for free with other Skype users 
? Works with most leading VoIP providers 
? Make huge savings on local, STD and international calls 

IP PBX business phone system 
The network has become the phone system! Facet Phone is an IP-PBX telephone system that transforms the business phone system into software running on industry standard servers operating industry standard Voice over IP gateways. The system as a whole will never become obsolete since individual components can be replaced or added as needed with the latest components in the future. Come explore the future of business communications as we create new ways to integrate your telephone communications with your company information systems.

IP Thinking Skype PDA phone
I recently learned about a VoIP-capable PDA-like phone from IP Thinking that runs Skype on a Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition "Pocket PC-like" device. Think of this as a phone handset slapped onto a PocketPC. Called the IP-Thinking VoIP phone, it features a PDA-based architecture, which allows it to work seamlessly with all Windows Mobile Edition programs, such as Skype and other VoIP applications. I am told that in addition to Skype it will support other VoIP softphone applications, such as SJLabs. According to IP Thin king's Henrik Warrer, "Right now we are designing it with combined software client (supporting) VoIP and PSTN." If a future release of this device can act as a Skype-to-PSTN bridging/conferencing that could be a really cool feature. 

Firebox VoIP Cyberphone
It's good to talk, especially on the phone. The trouble is, contrary to the old saying, telephone talk is not particularly cheap. Unless of course you invest in an amazing Firebox VoIP Cyberphone, a revolutionary new way to contact friends and family which doesn't cost the Earth... In fact, it's FREE. Our VoIP Cyberphone is a fully functional USB-powered telephone which comes bundled with Skype?, free software which uses new VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology to allow you to make free calls to other VoIP Cyberphones and obscenely low cost calls to landlines and mobiles all over the world. 

VoIP Phone System 
Covad VoIP service supports several popular VoIP phones and continues to introduce new models every year. From power users to regular stations, there's a wide range of choices for all types of analog and VoIP phone users in your company. Get the competitive advantages of Covad VoIP while leveraging your investment in your current PBX, IP-PBX or KTS phone systems. Covad's PBXi VoIP phone system delivers integrated, advanced local, long distance, and Internet access communications over one fully managed network connection, and works seamlessly with your existing phone system as well as a variety of VoIP phones.

VoIP over Phone Wiring
I have no complaints about my Vonage experience so far. The call quality is great. Getting voice mail messages in my email is a dream come true (if you leave one, I may actually listen to it now). I can send faxes using a traditional fax machine. I'm able to place calls using a 900 MHz cordless phone (I don't use 2.4 MHz because it interferes with my WiFi) or any other standard landline phone. The only thing that had me a little perplexed was how I could easily connect several phones the way I would in a normal landline configuration.I had a revelation during a trip to the drugstore a few blocks from my house. The phone wiring in the house could be terminated at my Linksys Phone Adapter the same way the phone company brings their lines to the house and ties in to all the internal wiring of the house. Both scenarios route all the wiring in the house back to a central office.

What is a broadband
Broadband access, high-speed Internet access, are services that provide very fast internet access, sufficient to carry multiple data transmissions simultaneously. Most broadband internet connections fast enough support broadvoice services. There are several types of broadband, or high-speed, connections including:
Cable modem 
Fractional T-1 

How VoIP Works
If you've never heard of VoIP, get ready to change the way you think about long-distance phone calls. VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a method for taking analog audio signals, like the kind you hear when you talk on the phone, and turning them into digital data that can be transmitted over the Internet. VoIP can turn a standard Internet connection into a way to place free phone calls. The practical upshot of this is that by using some of the free VoIP software that is available to make Internet phone calls, you are bypassing the phone company (and its charges) entirely.