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VoIP – Voice over IP Phone System Solutions

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Expect More from Your Phone System. VoIP is the future of voice communications for businesses.

 

The ICG Network Infrastructure team designs, configures, installs and supports network hardware solutions that solve strategic business problems cost-effectively. By increasing the performance of your infrastructure, ICG increases the productivity of personnel and can enhance the effectiveness of your IT investments. An optimized, up-to-date network also allows your business to become more proactive in the management of your computing environment.

ICG’s VoIP solutions provide best-in-class voice communication which transmits over the Internet. VoIP can save 30% to 50% compared to traditional phone systems, and empowers your business to reach beyond the restraints of a typical phone system. ICG can evaluate your needs and pair the best-fit VoIP solution for your small business. Our solutions are scalable to accommodate the growth of your company.

One of the most outstanding features of VoIP is that you can take your phone anywhere, plug it into the internet, and make and receive calls as if you were still sitting in your office. Whether you commute to another location on the other side of town or you are sitting in a beachside hotel on the other side of the country, your business line will function normally. Some of our VoIP solutions also let you use software based phones that can be run on a laptop or mobile device.

Voice over IP uses your LAN to transmit data, and doesn’t require extra phone lines to be run through your office. There are many types of configurations, ranging from the phone being plugged between your network drop and your workstation, to Wi-Fi-based phone stations that just need to be in range of your Wireless Network.

Cost Effectiveness

With VoIP, your phone data is sent over the Internet and not over traditional phone lines (although it can be received over traditional phone lines). This eliminates the need for costly local phone plans as well as long distance services. In most cases, your current broadband solution will supply enough bandwidth without slowing down your network use.