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ALL IP by the short hairs – Part 2

ALL IP by the short hairs – Part 2

The following example will probably clarify the issue we had last week regarding the alternative approaches to ALL IP solution. A system which is automatically provisioned with basic functions such as Internet access, registering SIP/VoIP accounts, and a setup for basic telephony should also provide Wi-Fi for guests and business partners. Guests can use Wi-Fi by entering a preshared key. It is...

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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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ALL-IP Migration and Special Services

ALL-IP Migration and Special Services

Special services are offered via analog or ISDN connections in combination with terminal devices by service providers. The particular challenge is now to guarantee the customer all these special services despite the on-going migration to ALL-IP. For the customer, the question is: will it work and who is responsible for it? First of all, let us have a closer look at these special services....

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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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Long live ALL IP

Long live ALL IP

It is no new that ISDN will soon be switched off. Up to what point the whole procedure is planned to be done is also well known. There will be no or almost no delay because the necessity on the part of the carriers is clearly articulated and mandatory. Companies are forced to take action sooner rather than later. Two possible solutions are available for the conversion to ALL IP. It is time for a...

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ALL IP advances – Deutsche Telekom means business

ALL IP advances – Deutsche Telekom means business

Deutsche Telekom’s customers have to face the fact that their service provider means business. Over a year ago Germany’s largest service provider started cancelling analog and ISDN connections if their customers refused to migrate their voice connection to VoIP. The customers had to choose a new tariff otherwise Deutsche Telekom would terminate the contract. The provider’s plan is now to switch...

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Dismantling the ISDN and POTS networks

Dismantling the ISDN and POTS networks

How can we help carriers dismantle their ISDN networks easily, economically and above all, transparently? Traditional ISDN and POTS communication networks are now obsolete.  Deployments using old technology, the devices making up these networks, etc., have reached, in many cases, the end of their lives.  Another influencing factor is that experts and technicians in this field are approaching, or...

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R.I.P. ISDN

R.I.P. ISDN

We live in a digital world. Entertainment, work, information, social relations... today everything is digital. The benefits are obvious. Digital information is much easier to store, transfer and handle than analog and is more powerful.  If we think about it we can find many fields where digitalization has had a remarkable impact. In this article, however, we will only consider the impact on...

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Siri closes the blinds

Siri closes the blinds

Will a niche solution by manufacturers like Apple, using ALL-IP, be made available? Since the beginning of the 1990s, building automation systems in large industrial and office buildings have been an integral part of the construction industry. Intelligent and cost-intensive field bus systems from different manufacturers, provide via various sensors and actuators, a wide range of information, as...

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