What is Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)?
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is an Internet and transmission technology and communications protocol that delivers voice communications and multimedia sessions over IP networks, such as the Internet. VoIP is most commonly used to enable people to use the Internet as the transmission medium for telephone calls, although its use is continuing to expand to other forms of communication.
LEARN MORE ABOUT Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES
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- Infoblox IP Address Management – Visibility, Control & Automation – White Paper
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