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Voice-over-IP (FMC)

VoIP – Global component of every FMC solution


Voice over IP (FMC) An important component of FMC is IP telephony (also known as Internet Protocol telephony, Internet telephony, or Voice-over-IP), which uses IP networks as a transmission medium. In a local area this would be a normal Ethernet network; in WAN it includes the Internet.
Originally, the Internet Protocol was not developed to handle telephony. Only after higher bandwidths developed in the area of WAN did it become possible to imagine other applications.

Ursprünglich war das Internet-Protokoll natürlich nicht für Telefonie entwickelt worden. Erst durch die im Laufe der Zeit auch im WAN-Bereich vorhandenen höheren Bandbreiten wurde eine Nutzung für weitere Anwendungen denkbar.

An important component of FMC is IP telephony (also known as Internet Protocol telephony, Internet telephony, or Voice-over-IP), which uses IP networks as a transmission medium. In a local area this would be a normal Ethernet network; in WAN it includes the Internet.
Originally, the Internet Protocol was not developed to handle telephony. Only after higher bandwidths developed in the area of WAN did it become possible to imagine other applications.


The advantages of VoIP speak for themselves when it comes to the initial investment and costs for expansion, as well as drastically reduced running costs. Passing up such advantages is unnecessarily giving away resources and savings potential. What company can afford to do that?
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