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IP-Telephony/VoIP, PoE Switching, Firewall & Wireless
IP-BASED ACCESS CONTROL
IP-BASED HIGH
DEFINITION
SECURITY
CAMERA SYSTEMS
Since our founding in 1997 NFP Telecom has
grown and diversified while remaining focused on our
original mission: To provide Non-Profit Organizations and
SMB's with solutions that deliver on the promise of 21st
century technology. NFP understands the unique challenges
our Non-Profit and SMBs face, and is dedicated to solving
them with a full range of flexible options designed to fit the
budget and technology needs of our clients.
BUSINESS BENEFITS OF A
CONVERGED NETWORK...
Converged IP-Communications is not about
technology; it is about
BUSINESS VALUE.  
COMPLETE IP-SOLUTIONS provide the best
network possible. The key is intergration of
best-in-class components. At NFP we work
closely with leading manufacturers and
suppliers to assure you gain the full benefit
of a converged/integrated network with
affordable, reliable, world-class products
and support.
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Question:
What is the difference between VoIP and IP Telephony?
Answer: VoIP is a subset of IP Telephony. IP Telephony,
also commonly called Internet Telephony, is the area of
communications that involves digital phone systems based on a
number of IP (Internet) standards. It is a way of making a phone system
digital in a way to take advantage of the Internet and of any hardware
and applications attached to it. The main aim of IP Telephony is to
increase productivity.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
trunking
is the use of voice over IP (VoIP) to
facilitate the connection of a business
telephone system to the Internet. In effect,
the Internet replaces the conventional
telephone trunk, allowing an enterprise to
communicate with fixed and mobile
telephone subscribers worldwide