VoIP relies on codecs to transform the spoken word into all those ones and zeros, and the choice of codec could make all the difference between VoIP success and VoIP failure.
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Our guide explains more.
- Part one: Which to use and why?
- Part two: What are the options?
- Part three: Low bandwidth codecs
- Part four: Does VoIP sound bad?
- Part five:Is it better than PSTN?