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Voice Over IP

VOIP means Voice over Internet Protocol, and is an Internet protocol that has been optimised for the transmission of voice through the Internet or through other packet switched networks. VOIP Intercom is often used abstractly to refer to the actual transmission of voice between two or more workstations, rather than the protocol. Using VOIP you can connect by voice for free with anyone anywhere in the world that has the same protocol. It is also possible to use the system to connect to a dial up telephone – sometimes for free and sometimes for a small charge. All that you need to have VOIP Intercom is a fast Internet connection, in other words a broadband facility.

VOIP Intercom has been slow to take off in South Africa but is set to replace the old-fashioned telephone systems entirely in the future. Just when fibre optic cables were replacing the old copper wire cables, something comes along to replace the fibre optic itself. The deregulation of the telecommunications industry was announced in September 2004 legalising the use of VOIP for all telephone communications. VOIP Intercom is set to rejuvenate the world’s telecommunications by taking a further step into the future.

A "PA system" (commonly referred to as a public address or paging system ) is an amplification system used to dependably distribute sound (recorded and/or live messages) to overhead speakers, a call box, throughout an office, warehouse, campus, etc, in both business and emergency situations. "PA Over IP" refers to PA paging and intercom systems that use an ethernet network instead of a traditional analog wiring. The benefits of PA Over IP include centralized administration and control, bridging remote sites together via a LAN or WAN, and integration with VoIP business phone systems.

We offer a fully digital networked reliable and high quality voice communication systems like PA and security intercom systems. The leading edge data communications over Ethernet networks allowing the systems to be very expandable with virtually an unlimited number of configuration options. Using existing Ethernet networks and one Ethernet cable for connection of each system component, provides a simple cost effective installation solution.