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Voice over Wi-Fi and You

- October 8, 2015 - 1 Comment

AS91469-1Wi-Fi Calling, or voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi), is a setting that many people are currently using on their mobile devices, though some may be surprised to know that they’re even using it. The basic idea of how VoWiFi works is: instead of making phone calls over a cellular network, mobile devices chose a wireless network when that option is available.

As more people learn about VoWiFi, it is becoming an increasingly popular solution mainly because there are a lot of benefits for the people using it.

What about the organizations providing the wireless network, what’s in it for them? There are a few questions for administrators running their organization’s network: how much work does it take to create a VoWiFi network? Why is it important for network administrators to engineer their networks to support VoWiFi? What types of network securities are needed? And how can Cisco help?

This white paper answers all of these questions and explains exactly how Wi-Fi Calling works, what Cisco products should be used to set up an efficient VoWiFi network and the impact that VoWiFi has on your current network.

To read the white paper, click here.

To learn even more about VoWiFi, read this recent blog by clicking here.

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