AudioCoded Enterprise VoIP Networking (EVN): Migrating to the New Voice Infrastructure

This paper describes a solution whereby business customers can lower their telephone expenditures, while improving communications between employees (both from the workplace and the home) by using VoIP. Integration of VoIP into the realm of IT equipment is made possible by acquiring network equipment, which is VoIP-enabled. This is as opposed to extending the separate traditional telephony equipment, such as PBXs or key systems and the interfaces to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) or by replacing the entire IT infrastructure with VoIP-enabled PBXs and special IP telephone terminals. Today it is necessary to keep costs down. Therefore, getting more value out of the IT infrastructure investment especially makes sense. Many companies have come to the conclusion that enabling their IT infrastructure with VoIP is a good investment.

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