Category: VoIP

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Business VoIP vs Consumer VoIP – What’s the Difference?

Posted on: 2018-04-27 | Categories: VoIP | 0 Comments

Business and consumer VoIP use the same underlying technology and offer similar features. But there are significant differences between the two segments. Business VoIP is designed specifically for small, medium, and large organizations. Consumer VoIP is developed for individuals to use for personal communication. The distinction between the two offerings is more than nomenclature. Business…

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SIP Trunking Pros and Cons

Posted on: 2016-08-09 | Categories: SIP SIP Trunking VoIP | 0 Comments

On premise SIP trunking vs hosted services by external vendors has become a long-standing debate within the VoIP industry. To shed more light on the differences between the two alternatives, let us examine SIP trunking closely. Before we delve into the benefits and drawbacks of SIP trunks, we need to have a clear idea of…

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SIP Trunking vs Hosted VoIP

Posted on: 2016-08-02 | Categories: SIP SIP Trunking VoIP | 0 Comments

Long-running debates in technology are nothing new. People have been arguing about Windows vs Mac or Android vs iOS for years – with mostly nothing to show for it. Sometimes a particular standard or format may win out in the end such as VHS triumphing over Betamax but for the most part, the competing technologies…

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Technical Features of GoTrunk

Posted on: 2016-07-28 | Categories: SIP VoIP | 0 Comments

SIP Trunking technology enables you to make ┬ácalls and manage your business connections in an entirely new way. Such possibilities are not available with the traditional telephony (PSTN) and if you want to benefit from the newest telecommunication options, we encourage you to upgrade your PBX to SIP trunking technology. More and more enterprises become…

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Why are SIP trunks Needed in VoIP?

Posted on: 2016-07-11 | Categories: SIP VoIP VoIP Technology | 140 Comments

VoIP is no longer a new technology in 2016. It has been steadily gaining momentum over the last two decades and is now set to replace the PSTN in many countries by 2025. Yet not many people and organizations understand the terminology, its requirements or even how it can be used effectively. The first point…

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