Landline (PSTN) services

2 · NOV ·20160

Is the clock ticking for ISDN?

Integrated Services of Digital Network (ISDN) was the standard way of transmitting data (including voice and video) for many years. By using this system, people could get a better quality connection via traditional copper phone lines.

But what purpose does ISDN have in a world driven by high-speed internet? Telephones used to be a standard feature in most homes...

30 · NOV ·20150

Do you know your SIP from your ISDN?

In the technology industry, we all love an acronym but do you know your SIP from your ISDN and which is best for your business? According to Wikipedia, Integrated Services for Digital Network (ISDN) is a set of communication standards for simultaneous digital transmission of voice, video, data, and other network services over the traditional circuits of the public switched telephone...

20 · NOV ·20150

Is this the end of the Landline?

This week the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published their annual report which determines the amount of income and basic necessities needed by households in order to have what they term an ‘adequate standard of living’. The Foundation claim that along with being able to realistically afford food, transport and childcare, households also need a computer and Internet connection in order to...

4 · JUL ·20140