Voice delivery over the Internet has unique needs to guarantee real-time communications in order to work as seamlessly as the old public switched telephone network. Axxcelera's solutions are built from the ground up to meet the specialized needs of voice, video and data. Our users and customers end up never knowing Axxcelera is around. It just works.
Fundamentally, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) refers to the transmission technologies that deliver voice communications over IP networks rather than the public switched telephone network. Basically, an Internet-based phone call is converted from an analog voice signal to a compressed digital format and transmitted using Internet protocol (IP); the process is reversed on the receivers' end. Operationally, from the home or business, a broadband Internet connection is required either through a cable modem or DSL, for example. If you use a telephone with a VoIP adapter, usually connected after the cable or DSL modem, you'll be able to dial just as you always have with a regular phone.
Any VoiP infrastructure would include much of the following components:
- Softswitches, characterized as integrated, distributed, Class 4, Class 5 and others
- Access Media Gateways
- Broadband-Based Access: Multiservice Access Platforms and Integrated Access Devices
- Trunk Media Gateways
- Signaling Gateways
- Media Servers
- Application Servers
- Session/Policy/Feature/Bandwidth Control
- VOIP Test and Measurement Equipment
Axxcelara provides the gateways and solutions. Consult with Axxcelera on your specific requirements.
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