VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) refers to software or hardware that use the internet or a private Internet Protocol (IP) network in some way for voice communications. Analog signals, such as from a traditional telephone, need to be converted using a gateway. VoIP systems process digital signals as data packets, using routing information to identify the destination device, which then decodes these data packets into audible communication.

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