Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a general term for a family of transmission technologies that transmit voice communications via the Internet or other packet-switched networks.

Other terms used to describe VoIP are IP telephony and Internet telephony, as well as voice over broadband, broadband telephony, and broadband phone. The technology is best known for for reducing communication and infrastructure costs by routing phone calls over existing data networks and avoiding duplicate network systems. However VoIP systems carry telephony speech as digital audio.

To learn more about VoIP read on:


Avaya’s hosted VoIP service finds appeal with busy call centres

Is SIP the new USB?

VoIP service the next big target for hackers?


How does VoIP works?

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How To Build A Voip Network

How to Get Better VoIP – 27 Tutorials, Tips, and Tricks


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The best of open source VoIP


Is enterprise VoIP (voice over IP) due for a security wakeup call or are the threats mostly exaggerated? It depends on who’s talking.

These VoIP players know the score

The VoIP trade off

Security concerns seen stunting VoIP

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