Factors to consider
VoIP means Voice over Internet Protocol, and as such the importance and quality of your broadband service cannot be overstated for telephony using this technology. To further optimise your experience we should consider the following factors
Reliable and fast broadband
The reliability and speed of your broadband is of paramount importance and will influence the quality and reliability of VOIP calls. There is no “one size fits all” and it depends on a multitude of factors but the amount of calls you make, if VoIP will share your bandwidth with email, web browsing and video streaming and the size of your organisation are key considerations.
A business class router
No matter the quality of your business broadband service, an unreliable or non business class router wont provide an adequate connection or services required to optimise VOIP such as QoS (Quality of Service)
Software based IP-PBX with open standards
A software based IP-PBX such as 3CX beats a “box on the wall” everytime.
It can setup in the cloud, on a PC, mini server, or virtualisation to give you flexibility and scalability. Regular upgrades bring new features and open standards means you have a choice of accessories and are not locked into expensive, propritary hardware
Quality handsets with great features
Yes, one of the key benefits of VoIP is that its flecibility and mobility allows you to use apps on laptops, mobiles and tablets to make and receive calls, but handsets retain their importance in the office.
EasylifeIP™ works with telecoms hardware from Fanvil, Yealink, Snom and Cisco to suit your needs
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