How much bandwidth is needed
for G.711 VoIP?
The high quality G.711 CODEC encodes each telephone conversation
at 64Kbps. About 90 Kbps is needed per call to support the protocol overhead needed for VoIP.
What does Convergence mean?
Convergence is the merging of voice, data and often video onto
a single network. Most often that network is a company LAN with
enough bandwidth to accommodate all users and QoS or Quality of
Service control to ensure high quality voice and video transmissions.
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