voip in rural areas
Many of the major telecom providers in the UK have already announced plans to end the use of PSTN and replace it with All-IP services. Indeed, some have already started phasing out support for PSTN. BT intends to have switched all users to IP by 2025. Orange has set a
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What if there was a technology that allowed you to have a PBX without vendor lock-in? What if that technology could use the fastest and cheapest CPUs? What if it was open source, flexible enough to let your developers extend the system, with the backing of a community? Well there
voip speed
Today’s VoIP technology usually delivers good quality audio, but there can be occasions when you want to check some aspects of its performance. The efficiency of VoIP can be affected by issues with your router, the behaviour of your ISP, network traffic or by codec conflicts. However, there are some
new voip provider
One of the major advantages of VoIP is its flexibility. It’s easy to scale up your service as and when you need to, and it’s easy to relocate your business to a different site. It’s also simple to switch your phone number from your old PSTN service so that there’s
voip codec
Codecs are the lynchpin of digital media. A codec encodes sound or video into a digital stream that can be sent across the Net, and a compatible codec turns it back into sound or video at the recipient’s end. The name is derived simply from “coder-decoder”. Data streams often need