How does VoIP work?
A VoIP phone system is similar to a computer network, and uses your existing network hardware. A VoIP phone simply plugs into your Ethernet port. When you make a telephone call using VoIP, your voice is converted into data packets. The packets travel like any other type of data, such as e-mail, over a broadband Internet connection to its destination. Once it has reached its destination the data is then converted back to your voice.
Cost Savings - Regular domestic VoIP calls over the Internet do not incur a surcharge beyond what the user is paying for Internet access. The same is true for international calls to most countries. VoIP can potentially save up to 40% on local calls and 90% on international calls.
Ease of Use - SIP compliant phones are easy to use and install
Efficiency - VoIP systems include a multitude of new calling Features which easily integrate into existing computers and technology. Examples include the ability to store incoming calls to voice mail, send a voice mail as an e-mail attachment, 3-way calling, caller ID and call waiting
Bandwidth - High speed Internet (Broadband) connection for VoIP to ensure best quality calls
Powerful Router - To handle the quantity of phones needed for your organization
Equipment - VoIP capable phones, soft phones and headsets; NOT old analogs with adapters
Battery Backup - VoIP does not work when power fails. We recommend installing a battery backup and Power over Ethernet switch.
AtomOS VoIP Features
Voice over Internet Protocol, otherwise known as VoIP, is hardware and software technology that allows you to make telephone calls using a high speed Internet connection rather than the use of a regular telephone line.
The VoIP Server of the AtomOS platform can be deployed in modern and complete telephony systems for both internal and external communications within companies or institutions of any size or nature.
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VoIP Defender's disruptive, end-to-end technology solutions provide complete organizational voice and data communications, networking, security and wireless access. These solutions are managed by a single intuitive administrative interface. Flexible options provide organizations with seamless integration with existing infrastructures, allowing a variety of deployment scenarios.
Sophisticated networking and routing features with a simple user interface. Features include Flexible Port Configuration, DHCP Client, DNS Server & Forwarder, NAT and Port Forwarding.
Virtual Private Networking (VPN)
Securely send and receive data across shared networks as if it were directly connected to your private network, while benefiting from the features of your public network.
QoS & Bandwidth Management
Ensure the network is running smoothly at all times and diagnose issues as they happen. Avoid congestion by controlling and prioritizing your network’s traffic.
Ensure your network is accessible only to authorized users with a secure documented login. Designate restrictions and user capabilities.
Remote Manager (optional)
Take control anywhere with features including configuration, firmware version control and monitoring.
Why do you need to have a secure Voice and Network system?
Network Security – Voice and Data
When not secured properly, an entire network can be affected if a VoIP network is compromised, impacting the dependability of a business’ voice and data communications. Top tier security features utilized in the VoIP Defender platform keep a business’ network free from harmful Internet activity.
With AtomOS' integrated firewall, your business is protected from any type of incoming threats.
Be safe on the web with features like URL Category Blocking, Access Control Listing, Safe Search, Integrated Antivirus Scanning, Advertisement Blocking, Chat/IM Blocking and more.
Secure your data with comprehensive protection against all types of intruders. Defend your privacy and ensure your network remains virus-free.
Businesses work around the clock so 24/7 support is a necessity; our first-rate technicians are always here to help.
Savings Up to 70%
AtomOS will simplify your network and save you money
The AtomOS enabled network and communications platform combines high quality technology capabilities that can decrease your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) up to 70%.
Replace Costly Multi-Box Solutions | Simplified Network Administration | Simple Installation | Eliminate Ongoing License Fees | Repurpose Existing Servers | Responsive Support
Your current IT infrastructure is likely requiring multiple boxes for supporting firewalls, content filters, routing and VoIP applications; each requiring individual training, maintenance, and ongoing licensing fees. AtomOS provides just one platform, one interface, one operating system. It brings to bear the BEST practices via a convergent technology. All modules are tied together by our proprietary user interface.
Supporting multiple boxes in the IT infrastructure is inefficient and time consuming. It requires individual administration, configuration and training. AtomOS provides one platform, one interface, one operating system; all tied together via our proprietary user interface.
Installation of AtomOS is easy. Simply load the AtomOS onto an Internet-connected server, access the web interface, configure the Features and you’re done. All you need is the AtomOS, your PC with at least one Ethernet connection, a server quality PC with at least one USB port and two Ethernet ports, and highspeed access to the Internet.
Are you tired of dealing with the expense and administration of annual licensing fees? The AtomOS is offered in an economical 2 year term that includes all updates. After 2 years the software is yours with no additional licensing fees. You can continue to get updates after 2 years for a nominal fee.
Do you have a used server available? Perhaps one that has been recently decommissioned? The AtomOS allows you to repurpose that existing equipment and can be used on many current generation servers, saving money and time. Minimum requirements are 1.33GHz CPU, 80-100 GB hard drive, 2GB memory and 2 Ethernet connections/NIC cards.
Time is money. Help Desk Services are available to address technical issues.