High Speed VoIP Means Routing Voice On High Speed Broadband Lines

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The term high speed VoIP is also not applicable to calls made between two Internet phones. In this case, all data is transmitted over the Internet, very much like an e-mail. The broadband line to which the Internet phone is connected facilitates its movement. But it is only the first leg of the journey. The data, which is broken into small units and placed in packets, then moves from one server to another according to the IP address stamped on the packet. That is why VoIP is known as packet switching technology. When the packets reach the destination server they are reconverted back into voice signals with the help of an adapter connected to an Internet phone.

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