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IP Communications/VoIP

Welcome to VoIP!  VoIP stands for “Voice over Internet Protocol.” It refers to the concept of transmitting voice over a data network.

I-Net Solutions VoIP service offers cost efficiency combined with the flexibility to optimize your bandwidth - without a large capital investment in expensive network upgrades or increased IT support. Our knowledgeable expert professionals can assist in planning your IP migration by offering flexible VoIP solutions with the equipment, access, applications, and feature alternatives you need to achieve operational and capital efficiencies, as well as productivity improvement.

Whether you manage one telephony system or multiple systems, you can choose flexible and cost effective VoIP solutions that fit your organization and will seamlessly merge your voice telephony and data technology onto a single network, providing simplicity and reducing costs.

VoIP provides businesses technical and economic advantages.  It enables the transmission of business voice communications over a managed data network.  Benefits of VoIP include:

Cost Effectiveness - An organization can gain efficiencies by only having to support a single network infrastructure.  The same technical personnel are able to operate both voice and data systems instead of requiring different resources with different expertise. 

Convergence - The convergence of voice and data networks into a single IP network also provides some flexibility since it makes it easy to add, change and remove phones on the network.  Organizations can easily deploy and then redeploy equipment to maximize their investments, without having to call for a technical visit to the site or require any special expertise at hand.

Flexibility - The Internet has changed every company's business and your network is now number one on the priority list when it comes to keeping your business up and running.  Companies now require systems that give them greater flexibility to respond and adapt to market changes.  The old methods of PBXs and point-to-point circuits are costly and limited.  That is why organizations are looking for a new way to get the same kind of flexible and adaptive network for their voice services as they currently expect from their data services.