Advertisement

Search Results

16 results for "Timothy V. Kelly"

  • Boosting VoIP Quality with Dedicated Transports

    Transports are the physical lines installed at the company or consumer premises to provide all sorts of network access. Many folks think of T1 or T3 transport lines when they hear the phrase [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Dialing Up VoIP Myth-Busters

    If a new technology comes our way that brings with it the promise of reducing or eliminating tremendous monthly costs, it can be expected that supporters and stakeholders of the status quo are going to [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Leaping Over Phone-Service Charges with VoIP

    One of the big benefits of VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) is that it makes the POTS-PSTN model, together with its complicated billing structure and weird terminology, just go away. [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Managing VoIP Bandwidth

    Dedicated transports are channelizable, meaning that their total bandwidth can be divided by channel and assigned to support specific applications (computer data, voice or telephony, and videoconferencing [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Providing Support for Your New VoIP System

    If you're a multilocation company with limited staff, implementing VoIP may not necessarily increase the need for more full-time people, but it increases the need for support over the near term until everyone [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Speaking Of VoIP Soft Phones and Wireless Phones

    VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) phones can be plain-Jane and basic, or they can be full-featured and support videoconferencing and Web surfing. You can find VoIP phones in the following distinct categories [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Taking VoIP to the WiMax

    WiMax is essentially a wireless technology that allows Ethernet connectivity over long distances — up to 30 miles. This characteristic means WiMax is likely to be used in the implementation of wide area [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Taking a Multisite Company to VoIP

    Companies that have worked with and mastered traditional networks (either telephony or data) often think that it's just a small step to implement VoIP. Think again! If your business has multiple locations [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Understanding VoIP Hard Phones

    If you can see it, feel it, and tether it with a network cable, and if it includes a traditional phone keypad, you have a VoIP hard phone. Because there are many makes, models, and manufacturers, competition [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Understanding VoIP and CSIs (Carrier Services Infrastructures)

    As you begin to discover the various VoIP network types (such as a DSL or a T1 line), it's essential to know about each network type's underlying CSI, or carrier services infrastructure. Whatever network [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Understanding What VoIP Means

    VoIP — which stands for voice over Internet protocol and often pronounced "voyp" — is a new technology that will improve the way we communicate. VoIP basically means voice transmitted over a digital network [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Using VoIP in the Single-Site Office

    Considering VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) for a single-site, smaller company has a lot of parallels to putting VoIP in at a larger multilocation company. There are also some big differences. These [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Using VoIP on the Internet

    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) allows you to make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a phone line. TCP/IP (transmission control protocol Internet protocol) uses a layered [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Using VoIP through Your DSL Connection

    Digital subscriber line (DSL) service is a high-speed data connection method that uses the ordinary telephone lines that come into your home or business. Utilizing a star topology, as shown in Figure 1 [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • Using VoIP with Your Cable Modem

    Cable modems provide Internet connectivity through the hybrid fiber-coaxial carrier services infrastructure (HFC CSI). The HFC CSI was originally designed to deliver television signals to the residential [more…]

    Found in: Using
  • VoIP: Counting Up the Cost Benefits

    By using VoIP (voice over Internet protocol), companies immediately save money on toll charges. Also, you don't pay any additional per-line feature charges because VoIP runs on your computer network. Regulatory [more…]

    Found in: Using

1 result for "Timothy V. Kelly" in the store

Advertisement
Win an iPad Mini! Enter to win now.