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Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

VoIP, Voice Over Internet Protocol, is a term used in Internet Telephony in which voice transmission is delivered using Internet Protocol. It is a set of facilities utilized to deliver voice information over the Internet Protocol. In short voice communications are digitized into discrete packets that are delivered using Internet Protocol, rather than circuit committed protocols of the traditional Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

VoIP being digital offers many service features not readily available through traditional PSTN networks. VoIP also offers cost advantages in both initial equipment deployment and service and maintenance costs associated with the delivery of telecommunication services. This is primarily achieved through the leverage of broadband data networks to deliver both Voice and Data services simultaneously.

VoIP services can be delivered through terrestrial lines, satellite, wireless based platforms. These services can be deployed locally or globally, providing highly reliable voice solutions for a wide variety of applications, and service levels from small business to enterprise class networks.

Fax services are also available utilizing Internet protocol to deliver fax solutions through broadband connections. Helping to leverage your broadband assets to deliver a wide variety of secure, reliable communication solutions on a cost effective basis.



Contact Sales@donegal-holdings.com to learn more about VoIP options from H.M.S. Communications, Inc.

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