THE EVOLUTION AND REVOLUTION OF OFFICE PHONE SYSTEMS
The development of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) in 1995 fundamentally changed how and how much it cost to connect us with one another. The original reason VoIP was developed was to help save money on long-distance and international phone calls by converting your voice into a digital signal and sending it over the internet. VoIP allows your office phones to bypass your local telecom provider and significantly reduce your costs by utilizing your existing broadband connection.
The evolution of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and SIP Trunks allowed developers to bypass hardware limitations and enhance network security in the early 2000s. The protocol increased the adoption of VoIP as well. These technologies (VoIP and SIP Trunks) are what power CRV Talk Office Phone Solutions.