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VoIP

 (vē′ō′ī′pē′, voip)
n.
A communications protocol for transmitting telephone calls over a computer network, especially the internet.

[V(oice) o(ver) IP.]

VoIP

(vɔɪp)
n
1. (Computer Science) informal Voice over Internet Protocol: a system for converting analogue signals to digital so that telephone calls may be made over the internet
2. (Telecommunications) informal Voice over Internet Protocol: a system for converting analogue signals to digital so that telephone calls may be made over the internet
Translations

VoIP

abbr of voice over Internet protocolVoive over IP nt (Transport von Sprachdaten mittels Internetprotokoll)
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With the help of advanced VoIP technology, conventional phone communications have gone digital, revolutionizing the way modern communication works.
Olathe, KS -- PCS VoIP has been providing communication solutions in Kansas City for 10 years.
As per the information shared by the representative of the company, one may hire a dedicated VoIP resource based on their requirements.
NetCarrier, a national provider of traditional and cloud based voice and data services, has entered into a strategic partnership with Buffalo, NY-based VoIP Supply to distribute nCloud services nationwide, the company said.
The service allows users to make calls directly from computers, special VoIP phones or traditional phones connected to an adapter.
According to the report, technological advancement in network infrastructures, high price performance ratio and demand for mobile communication services (using wireless medium) has led to increasing demand for VoIP services across the corporate and individual consumer segments.
That's the word from VoIP Dialing CEO Ben Nabon, who spoke with CUSTOMER magazine in mid January.
In a June 26 report, market research firm TechNavio predicted it expects VoIP services world-wide to see 7.1 percent annual growth from 2011 to 2015.
Another study from market research firm TechNavio forecasts the global market for VoIP services to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 7.1 percent through 2015, primarily due to the low cost of VoIP services and the increasing use of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), but says complexity of deployment might contribute to challenges for future growth.
VoIP telephony allows users to make phone and video calls and send text messages to mobiles and land-lines using the internet for free or at costs well below those charged by traditional network operators.
The target company, which will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Voip-Pal.Com, owns a significant VoIP patent portfolio containing proprietary digital voice technologies, the buyer said without disclosing financial details.