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cloud computing statistics

Business Up in the Clouds: Cloud Computing Statistics

The cloud is a service that we use, and take for granted, every day. It allows us to store and access data easily, with the click of a button, and use that data in our daily lives. This might sound like a super modern phenomenon, but the cloud’s history actually began in the 1950s. Granted,…

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hosted pbx

Understanding the Differences Between SIP Trunking vs. Hosted PBX

There were 41.6 million business Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) subscriptions in 2018. The business VoIP demand has been growing steadily in recent years and is not showing any signs of slowing down. As the internet matures, more firms see the benefits of using VoIP services over traditional phone lines. Be it SIP trunking or…

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VOIP Connections

How Much Bandwidth Is Needed for Quality VOIP Connections?

Voice Over the Internet Protocol, or VoIP connections, are an amazing invention. It uses a signaling protocol known as Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to maintain a real-time voice-to-voice stream. The fact that you can make phone calls to anywhere in the world so long as that person has an internet connection has transformed businesses. No…

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sip trunking providers

What Customers Consider When Looking for the Right SIP Trunking Providers

So, you’ve been lumped with the responsibility of choosing a new SIP trunking provider. And let’s be honest, it’s not the most simple task.   With all that trunking jargon, how do you go about choosing the best provider for your business? It may all sound like gibberish, after all.  The reality is that with the…

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wholesale sip trunking

Everything You Need to Know to Wholesale SIP Trunking

Did you know the ISDN line for data and voice communications was due for phase-out this year? That’s right, Verizon and other telecoms announced that the ISDN line will disappear entirely in 2018. Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and analog lines are also in the phase-out stage. Analog lines like T1, E1, and others are…

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