Phone systems are a crucial set of equipment for every standard business, and have played an important role in corporate operations since the early 20th century. Telephone systems have historically made use of number of different types of networks to route communications between individual telephone sets. This includes the extensive grid of telephone lines that make up the public switched telephone network (PSTN). Most of today’s corporate phone systems connect via “voice over internet protocol” (VoIP) technology. These VoIP systems use IP networks to route and deliver voice communications as digital signals.
VoIP telephone systems saw a significant boost in popularity in the mid-2000s, when VoIP services began to take advantage of widespread broadband internet connectivity. Because VoIP can make use of a business’s pre-existing data networks and hardware, VoIP systems cost less than older phone systems that require an entirely separate network. Combined with the existing reliability and capacity of IP networks and the increasing quality of VoIP communications, the lower infrastructure costs have caused VoIP to become the preferred choice in corporate telephone technology. Because VoIP utilizes internet connectivity, VoIP systems can route any kind of digital communications – phone and conference calls, voice mail, faxes, e-mails, and more – to any connected device as needed, including mobile phones. This gives VoIP users greater flexibility and efficiency to meet the quickly changing needs of today’s business practices.
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