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Best VoIP Gateway for Any Enterprise - Cheena Shekhawat - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Best VoIP Gateway for Any Enterprise

Many of enterprises use VoIP services; however few can imagine what a VoIP gateway is and how it works. VoIP gateway is a device that transmits telephony traffic into IP and then transmits over data network. VoIP gateways are basically used in two following ways: PSTN/telephone lines to VoIP/SIP. Calls can be received and placed on telephony network by means of VoIP gateway. Despite fast-growing technology development, small and even large enterprises prefer using traditional phone lines. This is explained by the fact that traditional phone lines provide with higher call quality.

PBX phone system to IP network. In a similar way, VoIP gateways transmit calls via VoIP. Afterwards, calls are either placed by VoIP providers or by routing via the broadband Internet connection. Basically, many of VoIP gateways are available as external units; however some are available as PCI cards.
 
GSM Gateway:
GSM Gateway or Fixed Cellular Terminal is a device which reduces costs when calling from a fixed telephone line to GSM network. In general, calling from the fixed network to a mobile network is more expensive than calling between mobile networks, but a GSM gateway allows you to save the difference.
Roughly Over half of the business landline calls spend is made up of landline to mobile calls. The percentage of telephone calls made to mobile phones is rising year on year as more and more people use their mobiles over landlines.
 
VoLTE Gateway:
Voice over LTE, VoLTE is a way that operators can transfer traffic for voice over LTE in a standardized manner. VoLTE is based on the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) network. This method allows voice service to take the form of data flows within the LTE data bearer as it is being delivered. The result of this is that there is no need for a legacy circuit switch network, and allows for more voice and data capacity than that of a 2G and 3G network.
VOLTE Gateway is designed as a multi-functional gateway that implements calls between VoIP network and 2G/3G/4G networks. Whether it’s a VoLTE or GSM it can dial inbound/outbound calls efficiently. It even gives you the freedom to choose between different modes of networks such as GSM.
 
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