Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the basic term used for the ability to transmit voice conversations over the Internet. It takes many forms; from computer-to-computer, to computer-to-telephone, even (with the right hardware) telephone-to-telephone. It is used by large corporations such as Microsoft and IBM to support far flung call centers and by computer hobbyists to get afree telephonea service. More and more consumer VoIP services are providing this service to those with high-speed Internet connections in their homes.The Consumera#39;s Guide to VoIP Jerri L. Ledford ... Vonage is one company that does, and when service with Vonage is not as good as users would like, they can adjust bandwidth and other settings to improve the service by logging in to theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||Cut the Cord!|
|Author||:||Jerri L. Ledford|
|Publisher||:||Course Technology Ptr - 2005-09-01|