Voice over IP

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), is a technology that allows you to make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular (or analogue) phone line.  

With a VoIP network, you are limited only by bandwidth, so thousands of connections can conceivably be made.

VoIP comes with a wide selection of extra features like call forwarding, call waiting, voicemail, caller ID, three-way calling and more.

Ability to enable disaster recovery, so you are never without phones

Phone Numbers are no longer dependant on location

VoIP

Unify Desk Phones

Intuitive, space-efficient and gigabit to the desk. The ergonomic Atos OpenScape Desk Phone IP family delivers a user-friendly, cost-effective and feature-rich communications experience.

Simple deployment, crystal-clear HD audio and gigabit Ethernet let users enjoy productive communications with best-in-class value.

Delivering voice as a high-definition, immersive experience. These desktop phones are designed to remove distractions.

Yealink

The Yealink SIP-T58A is a simple to use smart media phone that provides an enriched HD audio and video calling experience for business professionals. The Yealink SIP-T58A features a seven-inch adjustable multi-point touch screen, integrated with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

You can easily turn your Yealink SIP-T58A into a video phone with an optional removable two-megapixel HD Camera. The Yealink SIP-T58A strikes an exquisite balance between simplicity and sophistication, offering an all in one communication solution for today’s busy executive’s managers and teleworkers.

Disaster Recovery

One of the benefits o SIP trunking is how well suited it is to disaster recovery. To keep your telephony service active, a secondary internet SIP service provider is strongly advised. This back-up strategy means calls will be redirected to your favourite provider should your primary SIP service fail. 

Many businesses are used to landline phones that function through disasters, failures and emergencies. The new technology, SIP, can drop-out due to software issues, loss of internet or a power cut.

Business continuity is key to us here at Evotec and with this in mind we recommend a Disaster Recovery plan to all of our clients, the inclusion of a 4G back-up to your DR plan will help in the situations where your primary service provider fails.

  • SIP, by its design, unfortunately, has more points of failure than ISDN and PSTN
  • Two types of situations may occur
    • Disaster strikes the business
    • Disaster strikes the VoIP vendor
  • A secondary SIP service provider is highly recommended
  • SIP Trunking is well suited to disaster recovery
  • This back up means your calls will be rerouted to the failover provider should your primary provider fail

About us

With a portfolio unequalled in its breath and flexibility, over 30 years’ experience and three national offices, Evotec are committed to designing, implementing and supporting innovative technology solutions based on the unique requirements of your business.