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ALL IP by the short hairs-Part 1

ALL IP by the short hairs-Part 1

If we were to summarize the current situation in the ALL IP market, we would see that the migration from ISDN to ALL IP has reached a stage where the number of IP-based telephone connections has exceeded other fixed-line connections such as analog or ISDN. In contrast to other VoIP/SIP providers, Germany’s largest carrier has not been able to offer SIP trunk connections in the last year, thus...

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Long live ALL IP – Part 2

Long live ALL IP – Part 2

As already announced in our previous blog entry, we will have a closer look into the two ALL IP approaches: migrating the ISDN PBX or replacing it via a new IP-based voice and data solution. Migrating the ISDN PBX Migration means continuing with the already existing PBX whilst a media gateway takes care of the ISDN connection from the PBX’s point of view. The biggest advantage related to...

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G fast breathes new life into copper cables

G fast breathes new life into copper cables

While VDSL2 and vectoring have already been launched as a service, the technology G.fast can get even more bandwidth out of copper cables. However, this new technology which was introduced at the end of last year by ITU, also has its drawbacks. Along with the two standards G.9700 and G9701, ITU has approved a further bridge technology for the “last mile”. This technology is expected to offer the...

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The 5th Mobile Generation: Research on the Future Internet

Mobile Internet becomes more and more popular. Whereas mobile Internet has only been used for email checking, it is now used for the same applications as the Internet by cable: surfing the Internet, playing online games, listening to music or streaming videos and films. In addition to this trend there is a further development: The Internet of Things on which more and more devices are connected...

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