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wherever you are in the world, your office, family can reach you paying local rates, Thanks to VOIP. Video conferencing setup is easily achievable this days with a handful of third party software or APP.

Having VoIP adapters in place of traditional telephones reduces the amount of cabling you need, no matter how many VoIP connections you have in the office.


Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) allows the transmission of voice over the Internet and other networks.

VoIP is commonly used to make telephone calls, as it uses far less bandwidth than a traditional telephone call, which makes it much cheaper.

Make Cheap or Free Telephone Calls Over the Internet

VoIP calls are extremely cheap, and often free. As the signal is carried over the Internet rather than through telephone exchanges and satellite links, long-distance calls can be made at no extra cost.

Most VoIP packages also include free services such as voicemail and call waiting completely free of charge.

Because VoIP works over the Internet and treats the voice signal as it would any other data, it allows you to do more with your telephone call than just talk. Amongst other things, VoIP users can attach documents to voice messages, send instant messages, or make video calls.

You can make calls through your VoIP adapter from anywhere that has an Internet connection, allowing for flexible and cost-efficient communications on the move.

Structured Cabling for Computer Networks & Voice Transmission

Category 5 or 6 cable is usually formed of high quality solid copper wires, twisted into 4 pairs, within an outer cover.

The design of the cable provides isolation against interference, and allows for good signal transmission for distances up to a recommended 100m. Each cabling run is separate and is essentially laid out in a star topology, where the cables usually converge at a patch panel.

Category 5 or 6 standards require that the associated connectivity equipment (patch panels, sockets and fly-leads) all meet the specification to provide a true Category 5 or 6 link. The standards also provide a large amount of instruction upon the installation of the cabling, which is often significant to the overall rating of the cabling system - each link is tested for certification to the standard via a calibrated cable scanner.

Things to Check with Your Cabling Supplier

  • Ensure that the installer will be supplying Category 5 or 6 cabling, connectors and fly-leads
  • Ask whether they have industry or manufacturer certifications relevant to Category 5 or 6
  • Ensure that the installer will provide a certified test result for each category 5 / 6 run, and check that all test sheets indicate as passed
  • Ensure that any supplier you work with will warrant the work they have carried out.


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