Voximplant serverless architecture provides a simpler alternative to deploying traditional VoIP servers in a datacenter. Voximplant APIs offer developers scale and on-demand communications services. Learn how easily you can create VoIP services in the form of Voximplant-based apps.
When a user connected to an enterprise PBX makes a VoIP phone call to a customer’s landline or mobile phone, the communications protocol has to be converted. In this article, we explain how gateways and SIP trunks enable interoperability between a PBX and the PSTN.
Even the smallest businesses make plenty of calls on a daily basis. However, this can interfere with work processes and make collaborations less productive. Adopting a technology capable of solving inconveniences associated with traditional phone systems can potentially be a huge benefit. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) allows businesses to make calls over a computer or other data-driven devices. Also, it offers call forwarding, caller ID, voicemail, SMS, and video calls.
Analyzing sources of customer requests is a very important business task. When you’re dealing with web traffic, it’s fairly easy to do — businesses can get behavioral customer data with the help of services like Google Analytics. However, when it comes to calls, it might get difficult. Call tracking is a simple solution.
Adding peer-to-peer communications to an application is relatively straight-forward. Developers can leverage WebRTC APIs or a CPaaS service to quickly add real time voice and video to their web or mobile app. But, what if you want to hold a meeting with more than two people? How can you leverage powerful WebRTC APIs to build a multi party conferencing application?