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Socialisation networks 1

  1. 1. INTRODUCTION Socialization Network is establishing the link, knowing how to find and talk to the person if the need arises. Socialization is communication for the sake of communication; it strengthens networks and keeps people in touch.
  2. 2.  In many ways, it is the utility a social networking site provides. Trouble is, there are so many different ways to communicate with other on these days. In this ppt, I try to explain the essential differences of socialization over the world.
  4. 4. LANDLINE A landline is a physical connection between two telecommunication devices. The telephone that transmits and receives sounds, most commonly the human voice. These type of phones are connected by the fibre optic cables. This type of phones are greater security for phone calls, which is especially important for those times when you are talking about sensitive information like medical records or bank information
  5. 5.  These landline phones are doesn’t work properly in some cases this leads to have cross talks,disable connections(wire) Once you leave your home, you cannot use your landline phones. Due to lack of mobility, the power packed “mobile phones”are created to lift over these difficulties. Let us discuss about mobile phones.
  6. 6. MOBILE PHONES A mobile phone, cellular "cell" phone or hand phone is an electronic device used to make mobile telephone calls across a wide geographic area. It keeps you in constant contact with people you consider important. It can help you seek help immediately during emergency cases. Its a sense of being financially uplifted. we can carry it anywhere .
  7. 7.  This mobile phone has applications like banking, blogging, commerce, gaming , instant messaging, learning, local search, location tracking, marketing , MMS,music,news,payment,publishing,push e-mail, SMS ,telephony ,text messaging ,ticketing ,web. It establishes its generations also they are 0G,1G, 2G,3G,4G,5G. It is expensive. People spend less time bonding with there family and friends. They just contact through phone and became too lazy meeting outside .
  8. 8.  Disturb us on our works and studies .People spend lots and lots of money buying the latest model .it affects our body because of radiation it produces. It is easily broken. Mobile phone makes it easier to invade privacy. Some times this mobile phones are also not work out in some situations. so here people need something better to maintain their network .this gives rise to birth of “VoIP”. Let us discuss about VoIP.
  9. 9. VoIP Voice over Internet Protocol (Voice over IP, VoIP) is a family of technologies, methodologies, communication protocols, and transmission techniques for the delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol (IP) networks, such as the Internet. There are three types of VoIP tools that are commonly used; IP Phones, Software VoIP and Mobile and Integrated VoIP.
  10. 10.  One of the main advantages of VoIP is the low cost. If you have a fast Internet connection .you can make PC- to-PC phone calls anywhere in the world for free. Another advantage of VoIP is portability. We can make and receive phone calls wherever there is a broadband connection simply by signing in to your VoIP account. There are many other features that make VoIP attractive. We can also send data such as pictures and documents at the same time you are talking on the phone.
  11. 11.  It needs electric power. There is an limited emergency calls are allowed. Some VoIP providers have problems with sound quality and reliability. Data sent across the Internet usually arrives at its destination in a scrambled order. Due to this reasons people change over to fully net based applications. its leads to find application software called “Skype”. Let us discuss about Skype .
  12. 12. SKYPE Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice and video calls and chats over the Internet. Skype has also become popular for its additional features which include instant messaging, file transfer, and videoconferencing. Skype has 663 million registered users as of 2010.
  13. 13.  it is a downloadable, free software. Calls are free from Skype to Skype, and less expensive from Skype to phone. This not only provides the user convenience but also saves money. The video calls and file transfers are available. Skype requires your computer to be turned on and the software up and running in order to make calls.
  14. 14.  Limited options exist for individuals who would like to use a typical land-line telephone with the Skype software other than a corded USB phone. Skype subscribers who are having difficulty using the service have limited options for getting in touch with Skype customer service. Call quality from Skype may suffer if you have a slower- than-average Internet connection.
  15. 15. CONCLUSION T he above points we are clearly discussed that, how a socialization networks are changed and updated from the “landline to mobile phones to VoIP to Skype”. And it will not stops its up gradation among the socialization networks.