Fax Over Internet Can Save You Money
Fax over IP, like voice over IP, uses the Internet or other digital network to transmit data from one user to another. Sending faxes over the Internet via a FoIP network is a low-cost alternative to traditional fax services.
Using a VoIP network to send faxes, or installing a stand-alone FoIP network, reduces your costs per fax. As with VoIP, faxes sent over the Internet cost less per call, especially faxes sent to long distance numbers. Integrating a fax server into your existing VoIP network saves you money in hardware maintenance and repairs. Having a single network reduces the costs of redundant services.
Switching to a Fax-Over-Internet System Is Easy
Even if you don't already have a VoIP system, you can still implement a FoIP network. The Fax over IP network can be connected through your existing Internet network and send faxes through this system instead of over your phone lines. This solution reduces the number of telephone lines you'll need for the office.
Switching to a FoIP network doesn't have to be complicated. Biscom can help you make the switch. If you already have a Biscom fax server, you can integrate it into a VoIP network with the Dialogic Brooktrout SR140 fax software.
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