Datavo Deliver VoIP?
have never heard of VoIP, be prepared to radically change the way you think
about your current local and long distance plans. VoIP (Voice Over Internet
Protocol) is a method for taking analog audio signals and converting them to
digital signals that are sent over the internet.
there are many ways that Datavo can provide VoIP to a business customer, we
mostly use one of two methods: ATA or IP Phones.
An ATA or Analog Telephone Adapter is the most common way of using VoIP. It is
a communication device that allows you to hook up the phone or phone system
that is already in your business to your Internet connection. It converts the
analog signals your phone sends out into digital signals that can be sent over
the Internet. ATA's are largely cheaper compared to normal analog telephone
ATA's are a small box with an Ethernet port, a power adapter, one or many FXS
telephone ports and at times may include a FXO link as well. Depending on the
brand and model, it consumes around 3-5 Watts of electricity.
an IP Phone?
type of VoIP usage utilizes IP Phones instead of you desk phone. The IP Phone
looks just like a normal phone, with all the same buttons and cradle, the only
difference is that instead of plugging your IP phone into the wall jack like
you would with a normal analog phone, it gets plugged directly into your router
option allows you to circumvent your personal computer, and it also means that
you will not have to install any software, because it is all built into the
handset. Additionally, the fact that WiFi IP phones have now become available,
which allows callers to make VoIP calls from any WiFi hotspot, make this option
an exciting possibility.