VOIPBOX optimises the way data is transmitted over the network by:
- Breaking up large data packets into smaller pieces meaning VoIP traffic can be slotted into gaps between the larger data packets
- Ensuring that VoIP data is transmitted without interruptions (reducing jitter) so that your bandwidth use can go up from 70% to 100%
- Giving priority to smaller data packets over larger packets so that NTP, DNS and other similar protocols are not affected by any large downloads going over a connection.
Compress the data packet, not the audio
- VOIPBOX uses a proprietary technology to compress the VoIP data packets without compressing the audio stream ensuring that call quality is not affected.
- Remaining bandwidth can be used for data transfer without affecting the VoIP data stream
|Without VOIPBOX each call uses||42.4kps||106kps||63.6kps||42.4kps|
|With VOIPBOX each call uses||8.1kps||64.1kps||32.1kps||3.1kps|
| Calls per 256kps
Improving call reliability and security
- Automatically switches over to backup connections so you can carry on with calls in progress
- Lines can be bonded giving you more bandwidth and resilience allowing the loss of a line without losing calls in progress
- VOIPBOX enabled sites can be joined together to form private networks, which means that security is easier to control