Industrial Telephone – VoIP – Technical SpecificationsIn general, there are 10 business drivers behind the market demand for our industrial telephones:
“VoIP” or”Voice over Internet Protocol” telephones transmits voice as packet files over the Internet or over a Local Area Network (LAN) / Private Area Network. This is known as a Packet Switching Network. Standard legacy Analog phones use the Circuit Switching Network, which refers to the traditional landline Analog telephone system known as the Public Switched Telephone Network PSTN.
Over the last years, Analog industrial telephones have losing the battle against VoIP industrial telephones when it comes to cost effectiveness, standards, quality, and ease of use. Businesses today prefer the flexibility, freedom, and cost effectiveness offered by VoIP industrial telephones compared to analog phones. As businesses today depend upon telecommunications, whether it is Internet, E-mail, Customer Service through telephone, online web applications, and E-mail, or whatever your IT business needs may be, VoIP offers to handle all of your needs with one application. Additionally, this reduces cost and increases productivity. By combining data, video, and audio needs, companies save on bandwidth usage, which ultimately leads to financial savings.
Today therefore, customers are much more aware of the the many benefits that VoIP industrial telephones can bring. Most industrial customers today therefore prefer VoIP industrial telephones in their deliveries, and the future points to the fact that VoIP will only increase in popularity in the years ahead.
Norphonic telephones are based on the very latest VoIP / SIP protocols and offers many key benefits compared to their analogue counterparts. First, since the VoIP industrial telephone uses IP networks to carry voice communications, it has additional software features which makes such a system very attractive. For example, all Norphonic Heavy Duty VoIP telephones comes with a self monitoring and fault check function as standard. This is a highly useful feature, as it allows central control room staff to automatically know if the telephones is working at any given time, if the telephone hook is left in an on/off position etc.
Second, control room staff can use the Remote Management Feature to upload software updates from a central location, switch the telephone on/off, or control other telephone components remotely, thereby slashing the maintenance costs usually encountered with comparable analogue systems.
Third, since a VoIP industrial telephone can use existing IP data networks to carry voice, it offers much lower installation and operating costs than traditional analogue telephones.
Industrial TelephonesThere are many factors to consider when commissioning an Industrial Telephone, such as evaluating the installation environment, functionality and temperature ranges. However, in general, here are some key pointers to look at when choosing your Industrial Telephone:
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