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commonly confused as being one and the same, IP telephone and Voice Over IP systems are different systems that have different purposes, benefits and pit-falls.
 

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Conventional telephone system implementation.

The computer network is completely separate from the telephone system. One of the key arguments made by IP-based telephone vendors is that this is an unnecessary duplication of cabling.

In a conventional telephone system implementation, the computer network is completely separate from the telephone system. One of the key arguments made by IP-based telephone vendors is that this is an unnecessary duplication of cabling, arguably a fair point when considering that the cost of cabling an office is typically in the order of $125 - $200 per point. Many IP-based telephones (whether handsets of an IP telephony system or VoIP telephones) are able to share a single network cable with a computer, effectively halving the cost of cabling an office.

Pros
A conventional telephone system implementation provides a time-proven, robust and reliable voice communications facility. Call quality is typically extremely good.

Cons
A conventional telephone system implementation relies on the business’ ability to successfully negotiate reasonable rates for calls. Invariably, these rates will be higher than may be possible using VoIP systems.

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