Interconnection Regulations and VoIP Last week, analysts began to discuss future regulatory measures for interconnection between VoIP and other telecom service providers. Interconnection refers to the process of sending a call through multiple →
VoIP for Industrial Uses VoIP is moving into the rugged phone business. Tough phones have been around for decades, but they have always used the traditional method of calling via landlines or cellular towers--which is the more →
New International Call Service Provider Tag Calls is a new telecom service provider in worldwide market and it aims to develop international communication with truly cheap solutions for the benefit of our customers. Nowadays there are many companies →
The cable modem is a device that is used to connect a computer to the high speed coaxial cable run by cable TV companies to provide access to the Internet. The connection is made through an Ethernet port, which is a shared medium and can affect download speeds if too many users log on simultaneously to the Internet on that particular cable segment. However, despite this cable modems provide extremely fast access to the net.