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Voice over Internet Protocol is a collective term used to signify a group of technologies engaged in transmission of communication signals over different IP networks like Internet and packet-switched networks.
The phenomenon is also referred to by names like 'IP telephony', 'Internet telephony', 'broadband phone', 'broadband telephony' etc.
The benefits include huge 'cost advantages' and 'perfect connections' along with many others. Instead of paying for costs by the minute like on a regular telephone, most costs are associated with Ethernet connection.
The control of setting-up and tear-down acts related to calls in VoIP systems is made possible by session control protocols.
Owing to the benefits attached with this service, it has been embraced with open arms in consumer markets and corporate sectors.
However, the area is not completely devoid of its pitfalls. This is to say that the commonly recognized challenges of this subject are 'maintaining the quality of service' and 'proneness to power failure'.
All these difficulties can be taken care of by structuring a Balanced Scorecard (BSC) for the purpose. One can put down the useful metrics on it and hand over the 'monitoring and tracking 'task to this collection of indicators. By regularly looking at the numbers, it is possible to make sure that resources are used to their fullest.
This is the actual scorecard with VOIP Measures and performance indicators. The performance indicators include: network quality perspective, connection success rate, reduction in connection delays, network efficiency ratio, call setup time, cost savings perspective, % reduction in phone costs, % reduction in bandwidth costs, % dip in personnel costs used for handling call operations, % rise in savings in infrastructure and maintenance redundancies, voip service efficiency perspective, % of calls with one or more dsq event, % of time segments when the call quality was inappropriate, % of calls with listening/conversational quality less than desired, security level score, customer service perspective, % reduction in network problems resolution time, number of associated features provided by the voip service provider, service access level, average service response time.
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