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Overheard: VoIP traffic engineering



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Tags:
QoS
Technology
traffic engineering
VoIP
ip_pbx_voip_call_centre-copy.jpg VoIP uses a traffic engineering term called Quality of Service (QoS) that refers to the implementation of controls to ensure that delay sensitive IP packets are prioritized as they flow through the pipe. To forgo these controls would result in acoustic problems like jitter and echo, as well as dropped calls.

Michael Talbert, Choosing a Broadband Provider for VoIP

(Today’s word is traffic engineering.)

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