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• IP Telephony
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What's the Difference: VoIP vs. IP Telephony
is a generic term for using IP data networks like the public Internet to transmit voice traffic, thereby saving long distance and toll costs by bypassing traditional phone companies.
uses a private IP network - a company's IP data network - for voice calls, delivering the cost and scalability benefits of VoIP while avoiding the unreliability of the Internet.
IP Telephony's Business Benefits
IP telephony (IPT) offers a viable alternative to the legacy voice exchange, delivering improved application integration, scalability, and multi-site management. It is precisely these features that make this rapidly-maturing technology so attractive to organizations seeking to reduce costs, increase productivity and improve customer relations.
Reduced long-distance telephony charges
Lower capital costs
Lower management and administrative costs
Improved integration of distributed business entities
Ease of combining voice applications with other business systems
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