43 pages...What is IP Telephony?, Deployment models, Benefits of IP Telephony, Case Studies, IP Telephony Solution components...by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Cisco’s IP Telephony Solution by Cisco Systems, a brochure from 2002 that explains voice and data convergence using Cisco Call manager.
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Cisco Systems, Inc. based in San Jose, California, develops, manufactures
and sells networking hardware, telecommunications equipment and other
high-technology services and products. Known for their excellent switches
and firewall devices, Cisco has been a "go-to" high end equipment solution
for both small and large businesses allowing the Internet architecture that
we see today. From early 2002 Cisco's AVVID (Architecture for Voice,
Video and Integrated Data) has placed them at the forefront of IP
telephony by enacting Call Manager. Utilizing Cisco equipment organizations
have found seamless setup of remote sites over IP. Cisco has been one of our
Top Brands of PBX
As more and more businesses look towards UCaaS they are turning to hosted VoIP companies like RingCentral for complete cloud based solutions.