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dahlend1
Best Telecommunications Company for VOIP

Hello,

Our main concern actually has been with our current ISP.  We have a business account and, to say the least, the connection has been inconsistent.  Actually for regular internet access it has been sufficient, but for VoIP transmissions the statistics are just not there.  We have, at times, been experiencing up to 2% data loss, and ~6ms average jitter.  From our understanding all of these factors has affected our QoS to be anywhere from 30% to 84%.  ???

Obviously, this is something we need to address ? soon. 

We have been shopping around for ISPs, specifically in the T1 range (which evidently can ensure specific QoS standards).  We have identified a few ISPs that seem to fit our need, and we?d like to pass them by you guys first:

ISP List

ACC
Level 3
Qwest
Sprint
Nuvox
Paetec
AT&T

Any tips or advice on which teleco would provide the best service would be much appreciated. 

Thanks in advance.

Edited by: admin on 05/16/2010 - 04:32
ally34
Re: Best Telecommunications Company for VOIP

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ISP[Internet SERVICE

ISP[Internet SERVICE Provider] is a connection

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DRoush
dahlend1 , All are good

dahlend1 ,

All are good companies. It would really depend on what types of applications that you are going to put on your network; voice being the most important application, then video, then data. If you have a solid network with QoS and CoS, you should not see that much packet loss.

If you plan on layering a lot of applications such as video, I would recommend Qwest or Level3. The Qwest network is one of the most solid networks given it's 16 layers where most have 3 or 4.

If you do not plan on putting a lot of applications on your network, then you can realize some cost saving in carriers such as PAETEC, Nuvox (Windstream) or XO.

Please let me know if I can help in any other way.

Derek

sanjuk
Hello, Voice over Internet

Hello,
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a general term for a family of transmission technologies for delivery of voice communications over IP networks such as the Internet or other packet-switched networks. ...

As the following have,
ISP List

ACC
Level 3
Qwest
Sprint
Nuvox
Paetec
AT&T

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Companies guarantee QoS (Quality of service)

I work for 1 of the largest VoIP providers in the UK, and we guarantee a QoS (Depending on site survey) So there are companies out there.

You could also look down the hybrid route fo analogue/digital/VOIP etc just to provide a failover.

mohammed41614
Time division multiplexing

Hi ,

Am new to this forum place. I'd like to know the applications or how can I use 1 time slot of 64kbps in pratical manner. or in what way we can use 1 time slot?

tommyjon
Vonage

I have used Vonage and they are affordable and excellent. Works over the internet vis VoIP communication.