Courses Details
Course Overview
VoIP technologies allow IP networks to be used for voice applications, such as telephony, voice instant messaging, and teleconferencing.  By combining voice, data and even video, organizations can enjoy a cost-effective, easy-to-use business solution full of features that help conduct business better.  VoIP helps cutting costs, improving communication with customers and employees and providing features without paying extra fees. 

This course provides the participants with the necessary knowledge to understand the transportation of voice over IP and explains its implementation on enterprise and telecom service provider networks.
Course Schedule
Target Audience
Personnel from technical disciplines.
Course Prerequisites
Understanding of Data Communication Principles and IP Networks.
Expected Accomplishments
  • Compare VOIP, IP Telephony and Unified communications
  • Describe the components of a VOIP system 
  • List various protocols used in VOIP Transport & Signalling
  • Explain the process of voice packetization and list various voice CODECs
  • Explain the voice QoS parameters –Bandwidth, delay and packet loss
  • Explain the role of UDP, RTP and RTCP in transporting voice
  • Explain the role of H.323 and SIP in VOIP Signalling
  • Describe the Next Generation Telecom Network Architecture based on VOIP
Course Outline
Voice over IP-Introduction
VOIP, IP Telephony & Unified communications.
VOIP components
VOIP Protocols

Voice Packetization
Speech Processing
Voice Bandwidth Considerations
Voice Delay Considerations

VOIP Transport Protocols

VOIP Signaling Protocols

VOIP & Next Generation Telecom Networks
Media Gateways