Strata CIX VoIP Applications and Benefits
Toshiba Voice over IP gateway products are intended for use by smaller and medium size organizations with multiple geographically dispersed locations. This enables them to take advantage of the toll bypass long distance cost savings.
Using these Voice over IP gateway and extender products, customers can route both voice and fax traffic through any new or existing Wide Area Network (WAN) infrastructure, such as point to point, Frame Relay, a Virtual Private Network (VPN), or even the public Internet. Customers receive the benefits of sharing bandwidth while combining voice and fax into one long distance carrier network. This eliminates the need to maintain separate networks, improves overall business operation, and produces substantial cost savings.
Toshiba Voice over IP gateway products provide a seamless bridge between the public switched telephone network and a TCP/IP network. The gateway eliminates the costs and inconvenience of maintaining separate networks by creating one voice and fax long distance carrier. The gateway is transparent to the users so there are no changes in the way they place voice or fax calls. The gateway uses current telephones, host telephone systems, fax machines, routers, wiring, LANs, and WANs, so no additional infrastructure equipment is required.
Using Toshiba Strata systems with VoIP solutions, customers receive the benefits of much greater call center effectiveness and customer service capabilities that improve their business operation.
Voice and fax traffic between a home office and branch office, normally routed through the public switched telephone toll network, is instead carried via the Internet or a private intranet in he form of IP packets. The benefit is cost savings by eliminating long distance toll charges between these locations, especially for international calls.
Digital telephone extender products allow you to put Toshiba digital telephones in small branches and employees’ home offices. These employees become better integrated into the organization by using all the telephone features available to workers in the main office.