Internet Calling

Lewers, Christine
December 2004
Indiana Business Magazine;Dec2004, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p47
The article focuses on the process of Internet calling, and tries to answer the question of whether Voice over Internet Protocol(VoIP) is ready for prime time. VoIP presents a challenge for businesses trying to sort out the facts. VoIP is simply a way of bundling voice data into digital packets using a method first designed to transport data over the public Internet, i.e. voice messages can now travel in same network path as data. Cost effectiveness of the project is discussed in brief. The article says that workers with VoIP can manage their voice messages the same way as they do their mails.


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