Voip: Some Facts About VoIP Call Termination

By: Kristen

Communication structures are increasingly getting better and more organized with the incorporation of . Industries as well as residential users are turning to this landmark technology to experience the joy of making long distance calls at affordable costs. And with high speed Internet networks in place, there are no quality issues that needs taken care of. The voice quality delivered is impressive and there are no hitches - especially if such services are obtained from well known providers.

But let us start at the beginning. High speed broadband networks are necessary for the 'proper' termination of voice calls. In this context, the word 'proper' is synonymous with quality of service parameters such as voice quality, interoperability and latency. As of now, most providers in this domain ensure that these specific areas are taken care of. Consequently, IP telephony services have become highly popular.

There are quite a few VoIP service providers in the market that offer VoIP call origination and termination to subscribers. In many instances, the services come with an "individual" and personalized touch. The specific requirements of the clients are taken into account and the optimum solutions are designed taking these factors into consideration.

The second logical query would be about the people using call origination and call termination the most. As a matter of fact, these services are offered at quite a few levels. At the macro level, these services are offered to corporate users having a vision to operate on a large scale in the IP telephony domain. Resellers make bulk purchase of VoIP minutes from providers and cater to the grass-root demand for the same.

The third factor would deal with the scope of VoIP call termination. As a general rule of thumb, the VoIP termination facility is available to all areas of the globe. And most of the IP service providers ensure that A-Z termination rates are delivered. A wholesaler of reseller can check out these rates and make specific decisions on choosing particular service providers.

Some facts on the quality parameters pertaining to call termination- service providers need to mention the ACD (average call duration), ASR (average success ratio), and PDD (post duration delay) - after all, the quality would be calculated on the basis of these measurable parameters. Average call duration of 5 to 6 minutes and an average success ratio of 60 per cent is more than adequate in terms of final user satisfaction. Efforts to reduce the post duration delay to 3 to 4 seconds are also essential in satisfying customers.

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