Is VoIP a Reliable Platform?

By: Angela Hayden

Voice over IP is considered as a reliable platform for sending and receiving video, voice and data through a single line over IP telephony. The data or information send through VoIP platform increases efficiency and productivity of telephony services. The Public service telephone network or PSTN is overcome by new IP service. VoIP services give more of reliability, continuity, scalability, security and quality network to its users. Well, that is because VoIP is based on packet switching mode of transmitting.

The VoIP is a process of converting analog voice signals into digital packets over IP network i.e. broadband internet connection. This process is reconverted before reaching receiver end i.e. digital data is turned back to analog voice. This makes the communication easier task for both sender and receiver. The packet switching allows seamless communication without any discontinuity. Moreover, user can listen to voice transmission without any hurdle in stream of packets.

For availing VoIP solutions and services, user has to install one additional piece of Analog Telephone Adaptor (ATA) to its computer. This equipment allows user to make longer distance and international calls at cheaper rates. Other than that, user can carry VoIP phones anywhere across the globe and enjoys calling at low rates. While opting for these services, user can carry varied jobs at same time like while talking with friend user can even surf the Internet. Services offered over IP telephony are inexpensive and considered as an efficient mode of communicating world wide. Thus, voice over IP services cut down heavy monthly telephone bills by 50 percent.

The VoIP platform provides seamless connectivity between sender and receiver. So, at both the ends, user enjoys high-voice quality communication anytime and anywhere. Today, with its benefits all PSTN users are planning to opt for VoIP services, as it is considered as reliable communication platform.

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