Voice over Internet Protocol Expected to take a Leap

By CIOReview | Tuesday, July 28, 2015

MADISON, WI: Research from Transparency Market estimates Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to expand nearly 10 percent each year until 2021 courtesy smart portable devices in corporate and residential sectors. Supporting this transformation TDS Telecommunication is providing price cut on VoIP phones.

As tech trends advance and gain popularity VoIP is becoming a viable solution for even smallest of companies as broadband internet access is affordable. VoIP offers a low cost alternative to traditional phone services, and is rapidly becoming communication system of choice among companies since it does not require any hardware investment.

TDS Telecommunication, a subsidiary of telephone and data systems providing connections to high-speed internet, phone, and TV entertainment services is offering a price break on VoIP phones used with company’s IP solution. VoIP uses patch switching, which transmits compressed data called packet. The packet of data is then sent from one system to another. Patch switching allows several telephone calls to the same space that only one call would inhabit in a circuit switched network - a key reason why VoIP is much cheaper. 

Recent study from IDC claimed that VoIP system can reduce telephony-related expenses by 30 percent, whereas , it has also been predicted that the global VoIP services market value of $70.9 billion in 2013 is expected to jump to $136.76 billion by 2021, with 348.5 subscriber based.

Expanding business into VoIP market and increasing its flagship business, TDS is offering businesses to Polycom VVX500 phone users with their new managedIP Hosted service. With itcomes, remote office teleworker, an intuitive online web portal, and simultaneous ring that help employees become more mobile, flexible, and reliable.