Monthly Archives: December 2015


Five Market Trends of Enterprise VoIP

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VoIP and the Workplace Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a telephony platform leveraging IP packets for voice-communication services. Since VOIP is based on IP and can support unified communication (UC), enterprise VoIP significantly simplifies communication both within and external to the organization, by expanding the range of available messaging and data-exchange resources. Enterprise VoIP also stimulates […]

VOIP Trends

SIP Aware firewall

The Importance of a SIP Aware Firewall for the VoIP-Dependent Enterprise

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The Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communications platform unites essential elements of Centrex and On-premise IP-PBX systems into a coherent, integrated telephony configuration. VoIP provides users the same basic calling features – unlimited local/long-distance calls, unified messaging, call waiting/forwarding/ID/transfer, and dial-by-name, among many other basic call functions. With hosted PBX, the service provider owns and […]


What is MOS (Mean Opinion Score) for VOIP?

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MOS, Mean Opinion Score is a measure of voice quality, and is a quality measure that has been used in telephony for decades as a way to assess the human users opinion of call quality. The test is used widely in VoIP networks to ensure quality voice transmission, test for quality issues, and provides a metric […]

MOS score - Mean Opinion Score

MIP awards 2015

Most Innovative Product award goes to VOIP Armor by Mushroom Networks, Inc.

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This week was another very proud week for Mushroom Networks team and Mushroom Networks partners: VOIP Armor has been elected as the Most Innovative Product of the year by Connect, an award previously won by many prestigious private and public companies. Here is a short MIP Award video from the award ceremony. VOIP Armor is bridging […]


Is Your Business Internet Dependent? 15 Businesses That Need Reliable Internet

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These days businesses increasingly depend on their connectivity to the cloud. As many of their services are moving from locally hosted servers to cloud hosted services, the WAN (Wide Area Network) connectivity becomes even more business critical. We will look at some of the examples where an unreliable Internet connection can be detrimental for a […]

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