Call centers and large enterprises face unique challenges when implementing SIP Telephony. Network protection, SIP normalization, system survivability, and load
In PART I of this article we addressed the motivation question: Why would an organization switch to IP Telephony when
Many organizations support large numbers of analog handsets that still work—and that are an integral part of operations and life-safety processes.
The growth of virtualization technologies, supported by cloud services, is radically transforming the way communication networks are delivered and managed.
Cloud this. Cloud that. What I want to know is this: What has The Cloud ever done for any actual real
So you took the leap. You went ALL-IP with your business communications. Congratulations! But wait… you have a business-critical analog
Have you ever needed to deliver voice-over-IP traffic to outdoor endpoints? What about emergency phones in such places as parking
Poor audio quality can ruin your meeting. Yet setting up a conference call with all your constituents often requires navigating multiple
IPv6 is “adulting.” No longer a playground for innovators and early adopters, the new-generation technology has “grown up” having now reached early majority status. So, the
3CX Users, Patton just made your life easier. For fast, easy setup, Patton’s new FXO analog-trunking VoIP CPE can connect your 3CX