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March 03, 2005

Voice Over IP explained

CNet.com has a very details explanation of ‘Voice over IP (Internet Protocol)’ or ‘VoIP’ as it is called for short. They explain how it works and what different services are available. The review is geared towards the American market so some services are not available worldwide. ‘VoIP’ is revolutionising communications both for the consumer and for the network provider as they are moving their infrastructure to ‘VoIP’, so this is a good article to read to get up to speed. BT in the UK are marketing ‘VoIP’ as ‘Voice over Broadband’ or ‘VoB’ as a more consumer friendly name and help users understand how works as they already understand the term ‘broadband'. Internet phones: CNET Editors' guide to VoIP - CNET reviews

Posted by The Technician at March 3, 2005 09:30 PM

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