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Posts tagged with ‘PSTN’

  • self-hosted or cloud pbx

    Should I Self-Host or Use a Cloud PBX

    By on January 22, 2015

    In the absence of a dedicated system administration team, it is often difficult for an organization to manage its own servers. Administering in-house servers and securing them from various internal and external threats is a daunting task. If you don’t have a dedicated team for your organization’s telecommunications system, including telephony deployment and maintenance, it is best to invest in cloud-based PBX solutions!

  • webRTC collaboration

    Using webRTC for collaboration

    By on January 6, 2015

    “WebRTC is the ability to communicate live with somebody or something as if you were right there next to them. WebRTC fills a critical gap in the web platform as you can communicate in real-time just by loading a web page,” said Justin Uberti, Tech Lead on WebRTC, Google.

    In simple words, WebRTC is about real-time peer-to-peer communication via a web browser! This communication may be in the form of voice, data or video. Robust, plugin, and latency-free communication over complex web have been a dream for as long as we can remember. WebRTC is the answer to this long-awaited quest. The vision of WebRTC is to realize real-time communication capabilities (voice, data, and video) in all web browsers.

  • cisco end of life products and services

    Cisco End of Life Products

    By on September 1, 2014

    End-of-Life Products Modulis customers and visitors, below are some end-of-life products for which Cisco announced End-Of-Life and End-Of-Sales notices:

  • Asterisk vs. Traditional PSTN-based PBX Systems

    By on March 7, 2012

    These days with the proliferation of voice-over-IP technologies and affordable switching you no longer need to be a slave to the switch manufacturers and their subscriptions for updates. Using free software or affordable cloud-based platforms running the Asterisk PBX software you can build carrier-grade PBX solutions without being locked into any one system, configuration, or feature set.