The Benefits of IP Endpoints

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Technology Track - IP Endpoints
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The communication landscape seems to be in a constant state of transformation.

Ever since the very first telephone sprung into existence, human beings have been discovering new and improved ways to connect with each other. For a long time, the fundamental technology used to make a call was the PSTN line. Public Switched Telephone Network lines allowed companies and consumers alike to tap into a pre-connected circuit of telephone services spread around the world.

As trends like globalisation began, and the world around us began to get smaller thanks to the rise of the internet, we needed a new way of launching conversations across geographical borders, without breaking the bank. IP communication was born.

Why Do We Need IP Endpoints?

VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is the communication method that involves converting analogue signals into digital data for cheaper, more effective communication. IP endpoints are how companies and consumers take advantage of that technology. An IP endpoint can be anything from an ATA adapter that converts a conventional phone into an IP phone, to a desk phone or conferencing device. It’s even possible to call softphones and UC clients endpoints in today’s highly digital age.

Endpoints are necessary to any communication strategy because they allow us to access the right methods of communication to grow our businesses, reach our customers, and connect with employees. Using the correct IP endpoint, you can:

  • Differentiate your business: Companies using UC clients combined with multi-media endpoints can offer next-level omnichannel communication strategies to their customers. This helps the enterprise to stand out in an increasingly cluttered market
  • Improve productivity: Today’s IP endpoints include countless features intended to streamline performance in the workforce. From noise cancelling capabilities in headsets, to voice to text transcription in conference calls, IP endpoints pave the way for the new age of collaboration.
  • Enhance business performance: IT teams and administrators can gather data from IP endpoints to learn more about employee performance or collect data for informed training sessions
  • Adhere to regulations: IP endpoints can even help companies to avoid problems in business, by allowing them to record important conversations and track information

The Enduring Power of the IP Endpoint

Benefits IP EndpointsThe IP endpoint isn’t a new addition to the communication landscape, but it’s something that remains just as crucial today as it’s ever been. As the business world continues to transform, IP endpoints are rapidly becoming more intuitive and helpful than ever before. Though the IP solutions available today have broadened, these solutions are still a crucial part of what makes your communication strategy work.

Without your endpoints, your communication strategy couldn’t exist. IP endpoints are how you take calls, respond to instant messages, and launch video conferences. Without them, the world would be a much smaller and more dispersed space.

IP Endpoint & Accessories Series Sponsors

Swoop Datacom

ForgeServe is a multi-tier IP device provisioning and service management platform. Designed by Swoop Datacom, the system is intended to provide resellers, service providers, and distributors with the complete life-cycle management solution


Snom Technology GmbH is a German company which manufactures Voice over Internet Protocol telephones, based on the IETF standard Session Initiation Protocol.

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Plantronics offers business and personal headsets and audio solutions that deliver superior sound, style, and comfort.

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AudioCodes Ltd. designs, develops and sells advanced Voice-over-IP and converged VoIP and Data networking products and applications to service providers and enterprises.

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Unify, is an Atos SE company. Unify is headquartered in Munich, Germany and is present in over 100 countries. The company provides software-based enterprise unified communications.

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Avaya is a world leader in unified communications and contact centres. The company is headquartered in California, USA with branches worldwide.

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Rebekah Carter

Written by Rebekah Carter

Hi I'm Rebekah, I have an unwavering passion for the technology sector, and I regularly stay up to date with the latest in UC and Cloud