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It used to be a day and time when having an office telephone system was very expensive and very complicated. There was a time when companies will spend a lot of their budget on that type of technology. With the innovation of ooma office voip and other carriers it has become a lot easier for businesses to instantly deploy a professional telephone system. The Internet made all of the difference in the technology that came with the Internet. Now, it’s commonplace for people to make telephone calls over the Internet. Voice over telephony was the biggest changer in the game. What Exactly is Ooma Office? With companies such as ooma office voip is a lot cheaper to run a business telephone system. It simply utilizes the Internet connection to make telephone calls. Traditional telephone systems once consisted of expensive PBX servers that cost a lot of money, that are hard to maintain and that are definitely hard to install. Now technology has made it a lot easier to manage an office telephone. So now there’s no excuse for an office not to have professional telephone system because it really is very simple. Anyone is looking for a very reliable and quality phone system should look into ooma office voip. A company whose one of the best in voice over IP technology, telephones and systems. It really is the superior way to run a telephone system. It is very easy to maintain, it does not take any maintenance, it doesn’t require taking out any huge contracts to maintain it like PBX use to the past it is a ready to go system that as long as your Internet is up, it will work. So this is why more people are moving towards this technology. Using Ooma Office Compatible Phones Even people in their everyday home are starting to move away from traditional telephone lines. Their finding that they confronted total service through your cable or DSL service. The same Internet-based telephone systems that offices are using people are using in their everyday homes as well. There’s a lot of advantages to using voice over IP and convenience is the number one reason. Everyday people are learning about the advantages of this type of technology and they’re moving away from the traditional phone lines that they used to rely on. They are finding its way more convenient, affordable and easy to run. So if you run a business or have a home and you want to try VoIP technology and you understand the advantages of it, how it will save you money, how it is very easy to get up and running, how it will take zero maintenance at all, and that is simply uses the Internet then you just might be the perfect candidate for this type of telephone system. It really does have a lot of advantages that many people are enjoying and recommended to other people. People were coming from a PBX background find most benefits from because they […]
If you are wondering about the Ooma office VoIP business phone service, you should know that is considered the best service of its kind in the United States. But what makes it different from others and what is VoIP in the first place? VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol and it is the technology that makes it possible for people to transfer voice data over the ether rather than through cable, as was the case with the analog phone. In order to enjoy VoIP, you only need to have a strong Internet connection. Of course, this type of service is not for free, however, compared to landlines, it is much, much cheaper. And this is a fact that has not escaped the eyes of businessmen all over the country. The Ooma Phone System Can Save Your Company Money IF you want to save on company communication costs, it is very important that you get a VoIP company to set up your phone system. In the United States, there are many Internet phone services that cater to companies and one of them is the Ooma office VoIP business phone. You can continue reading here about the benefits this provider has to offer. We said before that it is considered the best VoIP service in the country, both for business and residential lines. The difference that makes the difference in their service can be summed up in these two words: high definition. When you make calls, your voice data is compressed and encrypted and sent over the ether, after which the receiving number decrypts data. There is no data lost, and so you can always expect to have clear, crisp and clear. The fact that data is compressed means that even with a slight slowing of the Internet connection, the quality of a call is not comprised. Having consistent high-quality calls is very important especially if you are running a business, and more especially if your business is related to customer care. Ooma’s HD VoIP service ensures that no voice data is ever get lost in transmission. An Office Voip System That Works If you are new to Ooma and voice data services in general, the company has voice clips on its website that sample the quality of its phone calls and that of its competitors. You can easily tell that even with a slowed down Internet connection, there is no loss of voice call quality. Of course, if you really want to know how it all works, you shouldn’t just rely on the information on its website. You can call the Ooma staff for a demonstration on how they services work. How much does it cost to subscribe to Ooma? Well, that really depends on how many phone lines you are getting and the type of package that you are getting. However, we can say this much about their prices: they are lower than analog phone systems but more expensive than other VoIP services. That it is more expensive than […]
If you want to stop getting monthly phone bills forever and enjoy crystal clear calls for free, then you need to switch over to Ooma and get rid of your phone bill for good. After you buy the device you will only pay one small bill for a year of service that is going to be much less than what you are paying for just one month of your phone service now. Read on to learn more about Ooma VOIP phone system. Ooma allows you to use your Internet connection to make calls. You can still keep your same number and you get all the great features that you are used to having with a high quality phone like caller ID and call waiting. You just connect the device to your Internet connection and go online to activate it. It couldn’t be simpler to use and it really works great, you are going to love the service and you can save a ton of money because the calls are free and you don’t have monthly bills to deal with anymore. The Main Benefits of Using an Ooma Phone You get to keep your same phone number and you can use your handset, computer or mobile device to make calls. Ooma comes with voicemail and you get caller-ID, call-waiting and 911 as well. The calls are in HD quality and they are clear and won’t drop. They are reliable and you don’t have to worry about them dropping when you need them the most. All the calls in the United States are free and you talk as long as you want without worrying about your bill going up. You get to keep your same phone number and Ooma is really easy to set up and use. Once you start using Ooma you are not going to want to go back to a regular phone plan ever again. You get to keep track of all your calls with an online log and you can even use fax mode. Ooma allows you to block calls and it is packed with features that give you additional flexibility. Another great thing about Ooma is that it won’t slow down your network. It uses special technology that conserves bandwidth so you won’t even notice that it is there. Ooma also protects your privacy by encrypting all your calls so no one can listen in on what you are saying. Ooma calls sound very clear on both ends and the system is very easy to set up. You just have to plug Ooma into your Internet connection and plug your phone handset into Ooma. Then you go and activate it online and you are ready to start making calls. The process is very easy and fast and you will wonder why you waited so long to try it. With Ooma, you don’t have to pay huge bills ever again. You can take control of your phone system and save a ton of money on calls when you […]
Corporate IS departments that spent heavily on data networks in the ’80s, laying down high-bandwidth IP pipes to bring email, Web, and database applications to every cube and cranny, may havegiven CFOs and financial types some long nights. But in the ’90s, the knock on the door by the CIO brings good news. There’s gold in that data stream: excess bandwidth can carry intraoffice voice, and that ultimately represents saved toll charges. Edge devices, like VoIP gateways, encapsulate digitized voice within IP packets, the ticket that’s accepted by routers, gateways, and hubs everywhere. Difficult to manage As these intranets have grown more complex, they’ve become more difficult for IT departments to manage. Virtual private networks, offered by data carriers and ISPs, start to look very appealing to this enterprise market. ISPs can deliver VPNs to enterprises on the cheap because their new, digital infrastructure — ATM and frame relay hardware — avoids the costlier leased lines sold by the old carriers. VPN providers also have the staff and resources to completely manage an intraoffice network. Many of the same arguments that apply to Centrex in the voice world make the case for VPNs in the digital world. Data carriers can keep up with new technology for you, and extra bandwidth can be allocated from their enormous reservoir at less cost than it would take for you to go out and buy it. VPNS are hard to control Unfortunately, most data VPN providers are not at the point where they can offer VoIP to their enterprise customers. Although your network admins may be able to carve out enough bandwidth on a company’s IP backbone, the VPNs generally do not have that same level of control. Their networks are often stitched together from others, and the ISPs often go to super networks, the ISP’s ISP (companies like ITXC), for the bandwidth they need. Data VPNs do not have “end-to-end” control of their networks and can only hope that all the intermediate routers traversed by the IP packets comply with common QoS (Quality of Service) standards. However, the waters are being tested, so take a look at PSINet’s PSIVoice and AT&T’s Global Clearinghouse in the roundup. QOS HELPS VOICE AND DATA LIVE TOGETHER ON YOUR CORPORATE INTRANET The task waiting for corporate network planners who wish to deliver on the promise of free voice is managing data and voice together on the same wire. Fortunately, the inventors of the Internet realized that different applications require different types of service: interactive activity demands quick turnaround, whereas bulk file transfers can take their time.
Last month we presented a real CLEC’s unpleasant experience cutting over their PSTN circuit customers to VoIP (see Measuring VoIP Voice Quality ). Their main problem? How to measure and fine-tune VoIP call quality. To set the stage for this and remaining columns in this series, we divide the evaluation of voice quality in a VoIP network into two distinct tasks: (1) measuring the quality of the network segments, and (2) measuring the quality of the endpoint (IP phones) or gateway devices. If either area falls short, there’s little you can do with the other to compensate. First, let’s review some speech quality testing basics. Quality Measurement Techniques The ultimate measure of speech quality must relate back to the quality perception of live listeners. While automated quality evaluation techniques have become popular, the ultimate standard for subjective speech quality assessment of telecom systems is the Mean Opinion Score test, or MOS. As defined in the ITU recommendation P.800, an MOS test compares transmitted reference speech samples with the received speech and produces a numeric score from 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) that relates to the perceived listener quality. Because MOS testing requires carefully prepared and controlled test conditions, the best way to get an MOS test done is to have it outsourced. Dynastat (Austin, TX – 512-476-4797, www.dynastat.com) is one company that has been in the speech evaluation business for years and is highly qualified to do MOS testing. When live listener testing costs or time constraints are an issue, objective (automated, numerical comparison) techniques can be used to estimate the perceived quality of speech. Among these, PESQ (Perceptual Evaluation of Speech Quality, as defined in ITU-T P.862) and PAMS (Perceptual Analysis Measurement System) are the most popular in use today. Both involve playing reference speech or special audio prompts through the telecom system under test and comparing it with the “processed” audio collected at the receiving end. Testing network by yourself As a provider of VoIP telephone services, you could conduct a relatively simple automated end-to-end quality test on your network and terminating equipment. Assuming that you tested under varying call load, network conditions, and times of day, if the quality scores were comparable to PSTN calls, you could declare your speech quality assurance job done. But how do you deal with a VoIP call that yields less than perfect quality? The answer is to start by evaluating the quality of service of the data network separately from the quality performance of the terminating VoIP gateways or IP phone devices.
With exciting VoIP news from Siemens, Mitel, Inter-Tel, Lucent, and others, it sure looks like their product announcements signal a long-range strategic shift to IP. These major players are taking VoIP for real. In the last few years, they’ve given customers VoIP gateway modems to avoid toll charges. Now, with IP PBXs and new IP phones to go with them, manufacturers are bringing the VoIP revolution right to the desktop. Besides lowering cabling costs, Siemens’ LP 1500 IP phone, Mitel’s new 4015 IP phone, and Lucent’s 4606 IP have the potential to bring new services to users. After all, the industry intention was never just to duplicate phone services with an all-IP infrastructure — as impressive as that is — but to supercede what’s currently available. Thankfully, PBX vendors that have embraced VoIP can make the transition to VoIP easy for you. Whether you just want to experiment with VoIP trunking or move quickly toward an IP PBX and IP phones, they can guide you through the VoIP maze, floor by floor and branch by branch, devising a plan that lets you keep your existing telecom infrastructure. Branch By Branch For businesses with multiple branches that already have significant data traffic (email, file transfers, and remote logins) flowing between offices (and the WAN infrastructure to support it all), the first VoIP step to make is VoIP trunking. Assuming the network has been overbuilt and that there’s extra bandwidth, you can purchase VoIP gateways and route some of the voice traffic over the WAN, avoiding toll charges, eliminating tie lines, and saving some real money. Payback on the initial investment is probably less than a year, a fact that CFOs like; for businesses with overseas branches, the return can be even sooner. In the September 1999 issue, we gave you several VoIP modems to choose from, but the two standouts were MultiTech’s (Mounds View, MN — 612-785-3500) MultiVOIP and Siemens‘ (Boca Raton, FL — 800-765-6123) Telephony Information Server. I spoke to the folks at MultiTech about their easy-to-configure gateway, and they told me how they saved tons of money for a customer with branch offices in a certain South American country. The Siemens Technology The Siemens NT-based Telephony Information Server is a VoIP gateway that can route voice calls from a HiCom 300E or other legacy PBX over frame relay, ATM, or ISDN. Unlike many VoIP gateways, it checks the WAN level of congestion by sending out test packets before it decides to route VoIP packets. If the traffic is too heavy, it will put the voice back on the PSTN, preserving voice quality. VoIP gateways that have PSTN fallback are worth paying more for as you move your business to IP.