Solveforce's Expands their VoIP services into Charlotte, North Carolina effective immediately
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) August 24, 2015
Solveforce and their team are excited about venturing into the Charlotte market. Their VoIP services will provide the commercial market with a top quality and innovative method of communication.
What is VoIP?
VoIP — which stands for voice over Internet protocol and often pronounced "voyp" — is a new technology that will improve the way we communicate. VoIP (http://voipsip.org/) basically means voice transmitted over a digital network. The Internet, however, isn't strictly necessary for VoIP. What is necessary for VoIP technology is the use of the same protocols that the Internet uses. (A protocol is a set of rules used to allow orderly communication.) Thus, voice over Internet protocol means voice that travels by way of the same protocols used on the Internet.
VoIP is often referred to as IP telephony (IPT) because it uses Internet protocols to make possible enhanced voice communications. The Internet protocols are the basis of IP networking, which supports corporate, private, public, cable, and even wireless networks. VoIP unites an organization's many locations — including mobile workers — into a single converged communications network and provides an unparalleled range of telephony support services and features.
To support VoIP (http://call01.com/) IP telephony, a server is typically dedicated to run the software used to manage calls. Servers are just like PCs, except they have more memory, speed, and capacity. The server stores the database that contains all the MAC addresses corresponding to all the IP telephone extensions assigned to users. Depending on the size of the LAN and the number of users, companies may use more than one server.
The Future of VoIP
While most analysts believe it will be at least a decade before companies and telephone providers make the full switch to VoIP, the potential for the technology's use today is already quite astounding. A report by the Forrester Research Group predicts that by the end of the year, nearly 10 million U.S. households will be using VoIP (http://www.solveforce.com/north-carolina/) phone service. With the savings and flexibility that the technology already offers, and new advances just ahead on the horizon, we can expect those numbers will only increase in the future.