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Most businesses today have several incoming telephone numbers, each one used for a different purpose or department such as customer service, sales, marketing etc. Some companies even have the ability to assign a personal phone number to each employee without requiring multiple physical phone lines, making it possible for telephone traffic to be split up and managed more easily. This powerful framework is only achievable using Direct Inward Dialling (DID).  DID, also known in Europe as DDI (Direct Dial-in), is a service offered by telephone companies, that allows organizations, who operate a private branch exchange (PBX) system, to have multiple telephone numbers lines connected to one or more analog or digital physical circuits to their PBX. The system sends the dialed telephone number to the PBX so that an outside caller can have direct access to the PBX extension, possibly avoiding an auto-attendant. In a business with DID, the telephone…

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology and VoIP services has allowed telephone operators to provide low-cost communications services in an ever-changing and developing global market. With VoIP technology, your voice can now be converted into a digital signal that travels over the Internet, which enables you to make phone calls directly from a computer, a smartphone, or a traditional phone connected to a special adapter. The introduction of mass-market VoIP services that use existing broadband Internet access, through which subscribers place and receive telephone calls in the same way as they would via the public switched telephone network (PSTN), began in 2004. Now, after 13 years, there are a number of successful VoIP businesses such as Vonage, Comcast, Time Warner, Charter, 8×8, Jive, MITEL, Broadvoice, OnSIP, Nextiva, and new companies are entering the market each day. VoIP services are targeted for individuals and businesses that want to stay connected with other people, families or…

The online gaming community has become the number one forerunner in the usage of VoIP technology. With the rise of video gamers worldwide and the expansion of multiplayer and team games, the demands for an effective and reliable VoIP platform have increased substantially in recent years. VoIP has turned online gaming into a social experience rather than a solitary hobby. The technology has greatly enriched and improved the overall gaming experience for the tens of millions of users around the world. As a result, video gamers have consistently pushed and challenged VoIP to the limits of what it can deliver in terms of interaction. Currently, gamers use well-known versions of commercially proven interfaces such as Skype and Skype Discord, mainly because of their low or zero cost. Lately, there has been an attempt to bring back Ventrilo – a VoIP communication software that was very popular among gamers years ago.…