How VoIP works?
VoIP or Voice over Internet Protocol refers to making phone calls that are made through the internet, rather than through a regular landline or mobile network. It converts voice into digital signals, allowing you to use advanced call management features to make phone calls directly from your computer, VoIP phone, or other data-driven devices.
VoIP technology enables traditional telephony services to operate over computer networks using packet-switched protocols. Packet-switched VoIP puts voice signals into packets, similar to an electronic envelope. Packets travel like any other type of data such as e-mail. VoIP packets can be transmitted over any VoIP-compatible network, such as local area network or LAN.
VoIP basically works by converting analog telephone signals into digital signals to facilitate telephony over the internet. It works by using protocol technologies like SIP or Session Initiation Protocol. SIP is a communication protocol for VoIP calls and other text multimedia sessions, such as instant messaging and video. VoIP works for your business by adding voice to a data network, reduce costs, improve productivity, and enhance collaboration.