IP Telephony PBX PBA Doha Qatar is the most affordable voice solution in addition to offering a rich set of call-processing features including voice mail, automated attendant, hunt/call groups, call detail reporting, computer telephony integration, unified messaging, and PC-based visual voicemail/e-mail clients that enable a peer-to-peer relationship between a userís phone and computer. By adding available software to an audio-equipped PC, users can view recent calls, make calls, access the system directory, even drag and drop telephone numbers from other PC applications or web pages. Our customized systems easily integrate with numerous off-the-shelf applications, including customer relationship management (CRM), call centers, and speech recognition. Advanced applications may also be added that will further enhance productivity.
Would I be able to link branch offices?
Our customized systems offer an extensive range of connectivity options to link branch offices as well as support for remote access users and telecommuters.
How could I introduce an IP Telephony PBX PBA Doha Qatar solution to my existing PBX-based enterprise without a major overhaul?
Some IP Telephony PBX PBA Doha Qatar solutions can seamlessly integrate with legacy PBX-based phone systems and even legacy phone sets in order to provide a migration path to IP-based telephony over time and at a rate that suits your business requirements.
What is SIP?
The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a signaling protocol used for establishing sessions in an IP network. A session could be a simple two-way telephone call or it could be a multi-user/multi-media conference session. The ability to establish these sessions means that a host of modern services become possible.
SIP is emerging as the protocol of choice for setting up conferencing, telephony, multimedia and other types of communication sessions on the Internet. SIP may also be used for new types of communications, such as application-level mobility across various networks, including wireless, and across user devices.
How does SIP work?
SIP is a request-response protocol that closely resembles two other Internet protocols, HTTP and SMTP (the protocols that run the world wide web and email). SIP transforms telephony into just another web application and thereby facilitates easy integration with other Internet services.
Rather than defining a new type of addressing system, SIP addresses are much the same as an email address.
SIP manages the following basic communication functions:
Session feature establishment
What are the advantages of SIP?
SIP can establish multi-user sessions regardless of media content. SIP achieves this by the opening, modifying and closing of sessions over IP networks. These sessions could be as basic as a telephone call or as complex as a multi-party mixed media session.
SIP makes use of open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) where customized services may be programmed and deployed that combine elements from telephony and other web applications such as email, messaging, video streaming and the Internet.