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Marketing Trends for VoIP During the Coming Years

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Global marketing trends indicate that voice over IP has enjoyed a meteoric growth following its introduction in the 1990s, to the point where today it can be considered more like mainstream technology than something new. Having established its dominance in the telephony field, it will undoubtedly now become the foundation upon which future technologies are Read more

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How VoIP can Facilitate Super Long-Distance Calling

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If you’ve ever wondered for a moment what might be the most successful new technology of the past decade, you will have guessed incorrectly if your answer is anything other than Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) telephony. While that might be a little surprising, given the fact that so many new and exciting kinds of technology have recently Read more

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5G Technology: How Will It Change VoIP?

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Each generation of wireless technology has undergone a significant boost in speed, signal clarity, and reliability. We are now four generations deep, so it seems appropriate to consider what may be possible with fifth-generation connectivity. If you haven’t realized it up until now, the ‘G’ in your 3G or 4G LTE wireless communication standard represents Read more

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Brief History of VoIP

Lights connecting one location to another; we've come a long way in the history of VoIP.

Towards the beginning of the year, VoIP celebrated 22 years of existence. For some, they’ll remember when people started to discuss the idea of transmitting voice over the internet. For others, they’ll be wondering why they’ve only started hearing of the system within the last ten years. The history of VoIP is vast and varied, Read more

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How IoT Is Impacting VoIP

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If you’ve heard the term ‘Internet of Things’ recently, it’s more than just a trending topic. Instead, it’s set to transform the way in which we communicate in our personal lives as well as in business. As well as creating a niche of its own, IoT is also changing the landscape of VoIP technology. What Read more

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Here’s What You Need to Know About UC and APIs

UC and APIs put customers and clients in instant contact with your team members to give them the help and answers they need, as represented by this graphic that reads "collaboration," with connected ideas stemming off of it.

When it comes to collaboration in the workplace, we all know the importance of keeping lines of communication clear to facilitate team synergy. However, the way in which we communicate is changing, and recently we’ve seen the development of Unified Communications (UC). UC is a platform that allows collaboration and instant communication between employees, while Read more

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The Growing Importance of WebRTC and VoIP

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In recent times, there has been a lot of conversation regarding both WebRTC and VoIP. As a business, you might be wondering what these two terms mean as well as the advantages that come with each service. As experts in VoIP, we have all the information you need to understand the similarities, differences, and functionalities Read more

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VoIP Wearable Devices

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As we continue this journey of digitalization and improved technology, our attention seems to switch from one thing to the next every single week. At first, there was a website for every single topic in life whether it was starting a business or staying in shape, then there was a blog for everything, then there Read more

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What does the Future of VoIP Look Like?

The future of VoIP is undeniably bright. And the best part about that is VoIP already being one of the top performing industries of this decade. According to InStat, a California-based market research firm, almost 80% of businesses use VoIP phones to some capacity. That’s up from 42% in 2009. Needless to say, there has Read more