Are you looking for a voice solution for your business? Netsec has the solution you need for small, medium, and enterprise solutions.
Voice Over IP is a technology that allows you to unify your business by having an X number of extensions, external numbers, voicemails, and Interactive voice response (IVR), among other functionalities. Voice Over Ip can save you lots of money, especially if you need to call outside the country.
How does Voice Over IP work? - Very simple. Unlike traditional technology called PSTN, AKA (Analog). This technology uses the internet connection to make incoming and outgoing calls. Your phone will be connected to a SIP provider that will allow you to dial-in-out.
How many types of Voice-Over IPs are out there? There are many types of technology or services. For instance, you have cloud services like 8x8, ring central, and Nextiva, among others. Then we have on-premise systems like Asterisk and Cisco Unified communications.
Netsec can help you build and maintain your phone systems AKA (VoIP). We support almost any platform in the market. For instance, all Cisco Collaboration, Linux version, Asterisk, and cloud-based systems like 8x8, Nextiva, Vonage, etc.
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On-premise Voice Over IP has revolutionized the telephony industry.
Netsec provides a broad spectrum of VoIP services to our customers. With more functionality and less costly. VoIP services include every feature of traditional telephone service, for instance:
On-Premise Cisco’s collaboration infrastructure. It is an IP-based communications system that allows businesses to contact their coworkers or customers through audio or video, regardless of physical location. The primary function of CUCM is call processing and phone registration. It is the phone's brain; the physical handsets are just endpoints. The Unified CM is one of the applications of Cisco collaboration solutions, and it’s the one that enables your calling. It is what powers communication aspects, including: