How Bigleaf Improves VoIP
Prioritizes VoIP and other real-time traffic across commodity Internet connections, even with varying bandwidth.
Bigleaf Enables High Performance VoIP
Bigleaf's Dynamic QoS feature detects and responds to changes in available circuit throughput when sensitive traffic could be affected, and prioritizes both inbound and outbound VoIP traffic. Their Dynamic QoS detects the bandwidth bottleneck in the path to and from the customer's site and adapts QoS policies to ensure traffic isn't buffered in QoS-unaware ISP routers.
Same IP Address Failover
The benefits of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) without the hassle and cost. Applications stay connected when a circuit fails.
Because Bigleaf handles public IP addressing in their cloud, real-time applications aren't interrupted during circuit outages and your VoIP calls stay intact. Before your traffic traverses the path between their core and your building, they encapsulate each packet in a tunnel which enables them to provide you with static IP addresses that don't change when your traffic moves between circuits.
Intelligent Load Balancing
If there are multiple connections, Bigleaf monitors the circuit conditions of each connection, adapting load balancing in real-time to match application traffic needs to circuit performance.
When one of your Internet circuits experiences issues such as packet loss, latency, jitter, congestion, or an outage, your VoIP call is moved to a higher-quality circuit in real-time. The Bigleaf monitoring system constantly measures circuit performance in both directions, evaluates traffic flows from your applications, and adapts to changing conditions in real-time based on algorithms and alarm thresholds.