From the SIP Trunking Experts

December 28, 2012

Grudi Associates Utilizes New VoIP Technology

By Raju Shanbhag SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Recently, Grudi Associates announced that the company is making use of new Voice over IP (VoIP) features for both premises-based and hosted phone systems. This will help in communicating more effectively and dependably.

A Voice over IP phone system is the equipment and software a company makes use of for the purposes of more efficient, IP-based telecommunication. If properly configured, it can consist of enabled phones and devices in virtually any facility or location.

A VoIP phone system equipment can be premises-based or reside in the cloud, at a hosted data center.

Grudi Associates provides comprehensive services to create and maintain the best Voice and Data solution for business customers. The company also helps clients in getting the most advanced features and creative solutions to improve their productivity, security and financial performance.

Voice over IP service is provided over the Internet or a private IP network. By digitizing the analog signal, encoding, creating data packets and transmission as Internet Protocol (IP) packets over a packet-switched network, voice and multimedia sessions can be transmitted.

“Both premises-based VoIP and hosted VoIP phone systems are dramatically improving how businesses serve their customers, enable their employees and achieve greater levels of success,” said Walt Grudi, president of Grudi Associates. “But understanding the technology, available options and the difference between VoIP Service and VoIP Phone Systems is imperative. VoIP solutions open up a broad range of capabilities and advantages to businesses. They range from cost-effectiveness, scalability and number portability to mobility, productivity, quality and functionality.”

Recently, the company announced that it’s making use of SIP trunking over new fiber-based telecom cables. This assists customers in changing old POTS systems, copper cable and TDM switches with extremely beneficial VoIP technology. There are numerous advantages for users if they make the move to SIP trunking, consisting of single voice and data connections, where voice and data can be carried on the same Internet or private IP network connection at the same time.

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Edited by Braden Becker