The following are common questions about our telephony systems
VoIP stands for, "Voice over IP."
Telephony, in essence, is the internet. It involves the development, application and deployment of telecommunications services for the transmission of voice, video, data service, most commonly now, over the internet, hence the term, VoIP (Voice over the Internet Protocol)
A VoIP Gateway is a network device and/or applance which converts signals from IP to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)
A wide bandwith data transmission which transport multiple signal types (audio, video, data) and traffic types. It can use many mediums to carry a signal, however copper and fiber optics prevail.
Auto Call Record is the ability to automatically record all calls. Incoming and Outgoing, we are able to select per user what is, and what is not recorded.
POE (Power-over-Ethernet) is the ability to power a device, most commonlly VoIP phones and WAP's (Wirless Access Point) over the same cable that delivers internet. The patch cord that typically plugs your computer into the network.