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 work together, creating a seamless communications experience. SIP is great… Read more »
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 exit the analog circuit business and when can we… Read more »
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 perspective.