Monthly Archives: May 2015

With the continuous rise of VoIP and improved Internet connections, more and more businesses today consider a switch from the traditional legacy PBXs running on PRIs to the fairly new SIP Trunk-based IP PBXs. A

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SIP Trunking is the method of delivering the voice signal from a VoIP service provider’s servers to a customer’s IP PBX using Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) communication protocol. A SIP Trunk is commonly known as

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How does VoIP 911 work and how is it different from traditional 911 The capacity to access emergency services has been a concern for businesses and residential consumers since the launch of VoIP. Meanwhile, VoIP

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Technology has always been surrounded by false assumptions that kept users reluctant. Most of them dissipate quickly; others, being repeated all over again, persist until they are even accepted as truths. But the rising popularity

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