Life and Death of Analog Telephone

Analog phones have come a long way since the days of the telegraph. Software Advice, a site that reviews business telephony software, recently created this new infographic that puts it all in...

Analog Circuit Replacement – The Beginning of the End for the PSTN

By: Dan Belmont   The big carriers have already started to sunset the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) with reduction of support, increase in costs, and elimination of a replacement. The carriers that have historically made an investment in analog telecommunications are now asking: How can we...

SIP Trunking For Business

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is a communications protocol that was originally designed for the Internet back in 1996. It works with other Internet protocols to create the technical underpinnings of Unified Communications. In essence, SIP ensures that voice, video, text messaging and screen sharing all...

How to decide between the 4 types of PBX systems AND meet your budget!!

All businesses that have multiple internal extensions and or phone lines need a PBX.  A PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is the software that connects multiple incoming calls to the right company departments and employees, and connects internal office calls with each other. With a PBX, incoming calls first...

ESI 900 Phone System

IP Server 900    (SIP Enabled!) This high-performance IP phone system fulfills the communication and productivity needs of your business. Introduction The IP Server 900 is a high-performance IP phone system that unites the communication and productivity needs of end users in small-to-medium...

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