It incensed me to read a document that clearly meant to mislead a potential customer considering a Switchvox PBX. The peddling of fear on Shoretel's part was startling. On the positive side, it motivated me to respond to the Shoretel Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt document. I thought I'd share:Read More
In the last couple of weeks, several TeleDynamic customers have expresed interest in SIP Trunking pricing. They are telling us that they are looking specifically to control increasing monthly costs.
As you might have noticed, AT&T analog lines are getting increasingly expensive. AT&T and Verizon are aggressive in their approach at moving away from the old business of providing phone service.Read More
Topics: SIP Trunking
VoIP Rolls In At Senior Living Center
I'm chuckling that this would be the imaginary newspaper headline of such a breakthrough story. It does illustrate just how far we are along the acceptance curve of VoIp and the hosted PBX.
This past week, we did a VoIP setup for Pacific Gardens located in the San Jose area. When I met with the principal, her primary criteria was finding a local hosted pbx provider.
This past week I had the pleasure of meeting with Tristan Barnum, Director of Product Management for Digium Switchvox. Tristan works out of Digium's west coast office in San Diego. She recently took to the road with Switchvox Account Manager Tracy Liu to meet with West Coast Switchvox Select partners.
So, What Is Right For You?
A Virtual PBX system or A Small Business PBX?
If you've read the series of three blogs, we've covered lots of territory. You should be commended for your persistence and hard work in researching the best business telephone solutions available.
After selling and supporting both Virtual PBX and premise PBX solutions for several years at TeleDynamic,
Topics: Virtual PBX
In Part II we covered PBX administration, PBX features and Internet bandwidth requirements. Well, we're not done yet but we're getting close. This is hard work, but in the end you'll rest well knowing you've done the proper analysis before choosing your new small business PBX or Virtual PBX.
Welcome to Part II of a blog series where I compare Virtual PBX and small business PBX. There are many variables to consider, but in the end, it has been my experience that it's pretty clear in the final analysis which of the business communication solutions works best for your particular environment. Let's get the thinking cap on and proceed.
With the surging popularity of PBX hosted solutions, they are increasingly considered as an alternative to the small business PBX. This four part blog series will provide an in-depth look into the Virtual vs PBX debate.
Like the dilemma of leasing versus buying a car, the decision between Virtual PBX versus IP PBX can be vexing. In this edition, we'll be taking a look leasing vs. owning, paying now or paying later, investment protection and who actually controls your communication.
The phrase "SIP Trunking" or "SIP Trunks", is increasingly common in the world of telecom. However, if you are reading this, you are probably not in the telecom business but would like to know more.
What is SIP?
To understand “SIP Trunk”, you first need understand "SIP".
Over the past few years, the telecommunications industry has standardized on SIP as the protocol of choice for phone calls on the data network. SIP, which stands for “Session Initiation Protocol”, is the technology used for establishing a voice communication session on a data network (for example over the Internet). A SIP “session” might be a regular VoIP phone call between two participants or a multi-party conference call.Read More
Topics: SIP Trunking