What equipment is required for IP Voice?
IP Voice can be delivered via advanced IP Phones and Analog Terminal Adapters (ATA’s) at your place of business. These devices are interconnected into your high-speed data connection (DSL/Broadband) via either an existing or new data network. Phone service is delivered through the existing phone wiring within the building.
How can my business benefits from using IP Voice service?
There are multiple advantages to using IP Voice service for your business, including:
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) treats your phone conversations as data passing through the Internet, so you don’t pay for long-distance calls. And traditional business-phone features such as voicemail, caller ID, conferencing, and call forwarding are all included in one monthly fee.
IP Voice service allows users to speak over the phone while accessing other applications such as e-mail and remote conferencing over the Internet. Users can attach documents, conduct virtual meetings, and share data via video conferencing.
Businesses that use VoIP don’t need to run extra wiring for each new phone line. Instead, as employees come and go, you simply reassign or return the IP Phone. Digital voice signals are transmitted via software instead of hardware, keeping set up simple and equipment at a minimum. Finally, fewer wires that can get tangled means reduced fire hazards in your building.
Ask an HTC technician about how IP Voice can help your business succeed.
We offer a variety of services and features to fit your unique needs.
Hosted IP Voice (VoIP)
IP Voice service is ideal for smaller multi-line business applications. The service is provided via a DSL, Fiber, Ethernet, T1, or other high-speed data connection to the business location. The service provides multiple IP Voice lines to individual workstations and supports voice calling, call features and Voicemail.
Hosted IP PBX
Hosted IP PBX service is delivered via multiple trunks/lines into the HTC hosted IP PBX solution. The service is then provided via a DSL, Fiber, Ethernet, T1, or other high-speed data connection to the business location. Hosted IP PBX can provide multiple IP Voice stations to serve each employee and/or workstation, and supports voice calling, call features and Voicemail.
SIP Trunk Service (call for details)
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) service is delivered via multiple trunks into an HTC customer premise phone system, or a customer provided phone system compatible with the HTC SIP Trunk Service. The service is provided via a DSL, Fiber, Ethernet, T1, or other high-speed data connection to the business location.
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