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A VoIP Primer-Everything You Need to Know about VoIP
Are you considering voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) for your organization? We’ll take a comprehensive look at how VoIP works, and what you should know

office telephones  telephone line in an office must terminate on a port. Modern electronic PBXs or POPs are built with a fixed number of ports per computer card (typically, 32). One would use port numbers to determine the number of desk sets. Sizing a phone system requires a certain expertise. It starts with the evaluation of number of concurrent calls during prime time, line utilization level (minutes per hour for all phones averaged), impact of lost calls, and of course, costs. Note that a 32-port phone system can have

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