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VoIP Industry

Voice over Internet Protocol, voice-over-IP, or simply VoIP, is a form of Internet telephony technology that manages the delivery of voice communications over the Internet or intranet. Voice-over-IP technology converts voice to digital data and then transmits it in discrete packets over the Internet, as opposed to using traditional circuit-committed protocols, as is the case with public switched telephone network (PSTN) service. One of the most recognized benefits of VoIP and IP telephone is the ability to reduce (or eliminate) the costly toll charges billed by the local phone company.

VoIP is a derivative of the VoIP forum, a joint effort of many leading hardware providers, to market the use of ITU-T H.323 (the standard of sending audio and video over the Internet).

Besides IP, Voice-over-IP harnesses the real-time protocol, or RTP, to make certain that digital packets are delivered quickly and without compromise. For most, it is hard to guarantee Quality of Service (QoS) when using public networks; however, it is possible to mitigate this with services sent across private networks, like those managed by a provider of Internet telephony services, also called VoIP solutions providers or ITSP.

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