Managed VoIP Service

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In computing, Managed VoIP Services (MVS) are, simply put, VoIP services that have been outsourced. A company providing such a service is a Managed VoIP Service Provider.

Managed VoIP services can provide enterprises with the necessary skills and expertise to assure that voice quality meets expectations.

With managed VoIP services, the equipment and software are included, along with network operations centers and technical resources. Usage-based pricing can be replaced with fixed, flat-rate billing based on the number of users, the number of network elements managed or other criteria most relevant to a given business, making ongoing costs more predictable and manageable.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paul Trout (May 2007). "An alternative: Managed VoIP services". Comnews.