VOIP Goes HD

I usually get a little suspicious when the term HD, or high-definition, starts getting tossed around. Sometimes it merits the term by truly providing a superior experience over older alternatives. But sometimes it seems like HD gets attached to an older technology mainly because the vendors of that technology are afraid that people don't really have a reason to buy new stuff from them anymore. So which applies to the latest technology to get HD attached to it, namely VOIP. Does high definition voice over IP provide a superior quality audio experience for your business? Or will bandwidth demands and other problems leave it on the shelf? To get a detailed look at a new product that is using HD Voice, take a look at a review done by my colleague, eWEEK Labs Senior Analyst Andrew Garcia. Andrew is taking a look at HD VOIP and products that claim to provide a high definition experience. Click the following link to read Andrew's review of HD Voice technology

VOIPI usually get a little suspicious when the term HD, or high-definition, starts getting tossed around. Sometimes it merits the term by truly providing a superior experience over older alternatives.

But sometimes it seems like HD gets attached to an older technology mainly because the vendors of that technology are afraid that people don't really have a reason to buy new stuff from them anymore.

So which applies to the latest technology to get HD attached to it, namely VOIP. Does high definition voice over IP provide a superior quality audio experience for your business? Or will bandwidth demands and other problems leave it on the shelf?

To get a detailed look at a new product that is using HD Voice, take a look at a review done by my colleague, eWEEK Labs Senior Analyst Andrew Garcia.

Andrew is taking a look at HD VOIP and products that claim to provide a high definition experience.

Click the following link to read Andrew's review of HD Voice technology