Satnews Daily
December 31st, -0001

F4W... VoIP Viability (Comms)

[SatNews] There's as change afoot in the way VoIP performs over low bandwidth or high latency connections, such as with satellite, cell or fixed networks ...

A tremendous barrier to accessing the power and flexibility of VoIP during a disaster event or in remote locations is the inability of traditional VoIP to connect and sustain a connection over a satellite or 3G / 4G cellular data connection due to the high latency of those types of networks. Add security concerns via the implementation of third-party devices and the ability to support a full-scale operation with VoIP becomes impossible. However, all that has changed with F4W's Core™ technology. This software allows for 10, 20, 30 or more simultaneous voice calls with no degradation in quality over any available network connection. Furthermore, F4W's Core technology is entirely secure, adding no burden to the call or requiring no additional hardware or software to implement. F4W's technology has been developed from years of real-world, in-the-field emergency response experience, whether with a system or side-by-side with a customer, F4W has participated in every major event in the past six years. "This is a critical step forward in unified communications; this latest version of the Core VoIP software makes VoIP over disparate network types transparent and efficient. The ability to encrypt the conversations, as well as provide network access across any type of IP network, makes the Core VoIP software essential for any organization in need of resilient and secure communications," said Keith Money, COO of F4W.