The Amazing Technology Behind VoIP SoftwareRyan Cybul
The Amazing Technology Behind VoIP Software
Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, has various implementations but all use shared basic protocols for transferring voice data. Users can download software to use VoIP on their computers, and some of this software is available for free.
Call or videophone to friends or family anywhere in the world for free from your computers. Never has the world seemed so small!
Some companies have started to offer low-cost software and hardware packages to enable VoIP phone calls and videoconferencing for home users and businesses. VoIP software (like Asterisk) reinvents the phone call by allowing any call to be made over the internet using an existing internet connection. Users have the flexibility to make calls from computers (using microphones, web cameras, and speakers) or with select new phones built to accommodate VoIP software.
Here are some VoIP services and software:
Skype: A well known and highly used VoIP services provider. Users can call computer-to-computer for free or to traditional telephone numbers for a small fee. The program also includes an instant message platform
Axon: A BX software package designed for business use of VoIP.
ExpressTalk is a completely free VoIP software for making voice and video calls.