VoIP in easy terms

Have you wondered about VoIP?

What is it, and why should you care?

Here’s about the most clear explanation I’ve read…

From Midwest Computech:

How it Works
The foundation of the VOIP system is the internet, of course. Anywhere with high speed internet, VOIP can be used (dial-up need not apply). Structured on an internet protocol and packet system, the phones convert sounds into a digital format recognized by the receiving computers and transmit the contents across the internet to the next location. While quite a simplistic definition, the idea is that, instead of being tied to the physical locations determined by phone companies, VOIP uses computer internet relays to route calls. read more…

Does your company use a VoIP phone system? What do you like about it? What do you hate about it?

Let us know in the comments!

One Response to “VoIP in easy terms”

  1. Lindsey says:

    Thanks so much for using a portion of our VoiP blog! – Midwest Computech

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