Due to the current high speeds and internet conectivity in most of the USA, actually measuring your internet connection speed and latency has become a complicated specialty unto itself. ring-u tried this for a while and gathered lots of data. For good internet telephony to work, latency and jitter are more important than raw bursty speed. They are also hard to test well through a web browser. Instead of a faux test with pretty graphics and charts, we can estimate your success and happiness with the way ring-u works into 3 categories. So far, this has worked very well.
Your business is connected to the internet via fiber optics or cable with speeds greater than 10mbps.
Streaming video such as Netflix and YouTube work very well.
Downloads and uploads are fast and smooth.
Your business is connected to the internet via DSL, Cable, T1, Cellular/LTE with speeds greater than 1.5mbps.
Streaming video such as Netflix and YouTube works well at reasonable resolutions.
Downloads and uploads are smooth.
Your business is connected to the internet via modems, ISDN, Satellite, Cellular/GPRS, wide area wireless...
Streaming video such as Netflix and YouTube works in bursts. Small downloads can take a while.
Firewalls and proxy servers cause problems with websites.
If your internet service falls into the "excellent" or "good" categories above, using a modern VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) business phone system would be a good fit. If you need a friendly yet powerful system at a fair price, ring-u would like to earn your business.Suggested Links: