The wrong router can guarantee poor VoIP call quality

The wrong router can guarantee poor VoIP call quality

A business VoIP capable router, properly configured will typically solve the problem. Most companies don't consider the higher quality demands of VoIP communications. You can guarantee poor call quality if your company doesn't properly route IP voice traffic over your data network.

Cabling Diagram Showing Separate Cable for Phone and Separate Cable for Computer

Cabling Diagram Showing Separate Cable for Phone and Separate Cable for Computer

NOTE: Typically patch cords are provided by the customer unless included in the proposal. Shelf, wire management and power strip are optional unless included in the proposal. Switches, routers and gateways are also provided by the customer unless included in the proposal. Wall and floor mounted racks are optional unless included in the proposal.

Cabling Diagram Showing One Cable Supporting Both Phone and Computer

Cabling Diagram Showing One Cable Supporting Both Phone and Computer

NOTE: Typically patch cords are provided by the customer unless included in the proposal. Shelf, wire management and power strip are optional unless included in the proposal. Switches, routers and gateways are also provided by the customer unless included in the proposal. Wall and floor mounted racks are optional unless included in the proposal.

Diagram Showing a Dual Cable Infrastructure Supporting Cloud VoIP

Diagram Showing a Dual Cable Infrastructure Supporting Cloud VoIP

Diagram Showing a Dual Cable Infrastructure Supporting Cloud VoIP. Click to learn more.

Diagram Showing a Single Cable Infrastructure Supporting Cloud VoIP

Diagram Showing a Single Cable Infrastructure Supporting Cloud VoIP

Diagram Showing a Single Cable Infrastructure Supporting Cloud VoIP. Click to learn more.