Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

Author: Anagha Ravi

What is Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)?

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) utilizes the Internet to send telephone calls rather than traditional circuit-switched transmissions via the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

How Bandwidth is involved with VoIP

Bandwidth owns and operates one of the largest All-IP Voice Networks in the nation. We have built a business-grade suite of APIs atop that network to provide our customers with a variety of ways to integrate communication capabilities into their business. With these APIs, Bandwidth is able to offer services for voice, messaging, 911 access, and phone numbers.

Bandwidth’s VoIP provisioning allows our customers to seamlessly integrate voice capabilities into their platforms to connect their end users. In addition, Bandwidth offers 911 access as an additional capability that our customers can integrate. Bandwidth’s VoIP offering paired with the other communication capabilities that Bandwidth offers, allows businesses to connect their customers to what matters most to them. We’ve mastered the power to communicate so you can focus on what matters most to you.

What are the benefits of Bandwidth’s VoIP services?

Since Bandwidth owns and operates the network, our customers are able to enjoy fast, reliable VoIP services, scalability, and cost savings. Bandwidth offers our customers world-class support with a 24/7 NOC team that is there to address issues as soon as they arise.

In addition, Bandwidth’s VoIP offering as well as our other communication services, are built to scale. Whether you are a small start-up or an enterprise giant, Bandwidth services can scale to meet your needs. In addition, partnering with Bandwidth lets you avoid dealing with a middleman. This means more cost savings for your business while also connecting with a service you can trust. Bandwidth has mastered VoIP communications, so you can focus on what matters most to you.

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