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...
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...
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...
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...
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