packetized voice

packetized voice

The transmission of real time voice in a packet switching network.
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The study also found that packetized voice, the transmission of telephone calls over a data network is now a reality.
The Centellis 4410 platform core meets the unique carrier-grade requirements for a wide variety of telecom central office applications including wireless infrastructure, packetized voice and wireline data including billing servers, IP gateways, location registers and mobile switching centers.
(13) Kevork R.Piloyan, Vahe Nerguizian, "Novel Architecture for Routing Packetized Voice over Existing Internet Infrastructure without Using the Internet Protocol", IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, VOL.6 No.7B, July 2006.
"The ability to deploy one platform that adapts to a next-generation service like Ethernet-based data or packetized voice as well as any existing TDM service allows carriers to decrease the cost of deploying new services," said Charles Kenmore, president and CEO of ANDA Networks.
Limited bandwidth and network latency are the issues which need to be considered while using wireless LAN for packetized voice data.
A single broadband access network is used to carry the packetized voice streams for multiple calls.
Because VoIP transmits voice over data circuits, NetWolves' QoS application is beneficial to controlling and shaping the packetized voice traffic over the network to ensure uninterrupted toll-quality voice communications.
develops and markets a suite of Broadband Loop Carriers, innovative Ethernet- and IP-based loop carrier platforms that enable telecommunications service providers to profitability deliver a variety of traditional as well as packetized voice, broadband and Internet Protocol (IP) services from a single, converged, all-packet access network.
In ATM-based 3G wireless networks, the architecture of the iNAV 4000 achieves unparalleled levels of price/performance in ATM Adaptation Layer 2 (AAL2) packetized voice, ATM Adaptation Layer 5 (AAL5) and IP protocol processing, providing a seamless bridge between ATM and Ethernet networks.
We believe the prospect of offering packetized voice service will result in strong demand for this equipment in 2002," said Paul Baranello, an analyst at Dell'Oro Group.
The joint GDC and Taqua solution provides a simple point-of-entry for next-generation telecom services through a combination of lower-cost switching platforms and reduced monthly line charges, a result of efficiently switching packetized voice across long-distance broadband facilities.