Voice over IP Reliability

We all know that computers, generally speaking, have not been as reliable as phones. And the fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) surrounding voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) has been, in some cases, justified. However, for VoIP the question now is not whether reliability can be achieved, but rather how much reliability you can expect from the options available to you.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:
  • (Originally Published On:) )
 
comments powered by Disqus


Featured publications:

Future Tech: Where Will Telephony Be in Two Years?

Right now, there are two clear trends that will continue to shape business telephony into the next two years: Internet protocol (IP)-based communications and mobility. Download this concise executive brief to get an expert's take on voice over IP (VoIP), IPv6, converged networks, and more.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

PBX to VoIP Migration Checklist

A migration from T1/PBX (public branch exchanges) to voice over IP (VoIP) takes some planning and IT support, but the savings can be substantial. This short checklist can help get you started to make the switch to VoIP.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

Beginner’s Guide to VoIP

Digital phone systems that convert voice into data for transmission over data networks is the phone of the future. This white paper provides an overview of voice over IP (VoIP) features and benefits.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

You may also be interested in these related documents:

7 Steps to a Successful IP Telephony Implementation

Enterprises of all sizes are adopting Internet protocol (IP) telephony for cost savings and productivity gains—but high quality voice service takes more than just buying the latest equipment. Is IP telephony right for your organization and your network? Get the straight facts from an industry leader—along with a 7-step assessment and deployment checklist for a successful implementation.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

Building Reliable IP Telephony Systems

Reliability is the most critical aspect of a business phone system. However, there are different approaches to providing reliable voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) systems, which is why you need to consider the reliability of the underlying data network—and the challenges of implementing a virtually always-available system on an infrastructure that has a much lower availability rating.
  • Written By:
  • Published On:

Quality of Service for Next-generation Voice Over IP Networks

In order to support the requirements of voice deployments, next-generation networks must be capable of supporting a service equivalent to the existing public switched telephone network (PSTN), in terms of reliability. Furthermore, these networks must be capable of carrying voice services even under heavy load, while maintaining the integrity of the voice calls, under even the most extreme circumstances.
  • Written By:
  • Published On: