VoIP systems can benefit your business in many ways, with a number of important features and functions that go well beyond traditional phone service.
But when comparing business VoIP providers, what are the most important factors one should consider? We have researched and compared a large number of business VoIP providers, checking their pricing plans, ease of setup, customer support, connection quality, system customization, mobile options, video conferencing, file sharing, and other key factors.
VoIP systems have become the norm for businesses large and small, as they provide an easy, surefire way to make telecommunications more efficient—and affordable. For small and medium-sized businesses, these savings can make a big difference. The efficiency of a VoIP system can also ease some headaches for companies that may not have the manpower to handle complicated or less streamlined communication needs. Small businesses generally don’t need some of the more sophisticated VoIP features—like video conferencing that can accommodate 100 or more participants—but the flexible pricing, ease of operations, and customer service offered by many VoIP providers can be of real assistance.
Today’s technology is limitless, and with evolving trends, Voice over Internet Protocol has been conceived and has changed the way that people communicate with one another. Tonex offers VOIP training courses for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and government agencies. Our training seminars are of the highest quality, specifically designed by experts in the respective field.
This comprehensive hands-on practical VoIP course has been developed and proven over many years to deliver an excellent, up-to-date coverage of present-day VoIP systems. Attendees learn about the three main VoIP architectures: SIP, H.323 and H.248/Megaco, and the course examines in-depth voice coding, media coding and call signalling, with hands-on protocol analysis. Attendees also learn about IP Quality of Service implementation, the markets, key VoIP vendors and their products.
In this course, you will learn core concepts of how the Internet Protocol (IP) carries a Voice over IP (VoIP) packet. You will learn the fundamentals of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) architecture, SIP-related IP services, the advantages and disadvantages of SIP Trunking as well as Quality of Service (QoS)-Related Protocol.
In the Classroom Live version of this course, you will gain proficiency with some of the most popular VoIP software and hardware, such as Wireshark, Asterisk PBX, Kamailio SIP Proxy, Linksys Ethernet phone, and SIP-based ATA in a hands-on labs. You will also cover Cisco QoS policy administration and demonstrate successful VoIP calls in high data traffic conditions.
You’ll get up to speed on the fundamentals of Voice over IP, the components of VoIP phone systems and what each does. We’ll demystify VoIP by understanding how voice is packetized, how packets move end-to-end, how the voice is re-created at the far end… and what it sounds like with packets missing.
We’ll cover Internet VoIP for individuals, and business VoIP phone systems: call managers, softswitches, hosted PBXs, cloud services and SIP trunking. We’ll finish the VoIP portion of the course with carrier connections, and a “final exam” to confirm your knowledge, in groups, open-book.
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option. One on one training can be delivered too, at reasonable rates.
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Please Note: All courses are availaible as Live Virtual Classes
Our clients have included prestigious national organisations such as Oxford University Press, multi-national private corporations such as JP Morgan and HSBC, as well
as public sector institutions such as the Department of Defence and the Department of Health.