Voice Solutions in the Austin Texas Area
PRI & POTS Voice Solutions in Austin
This is for Austin Texas companies that have an existing on-premise PBX and need a cost-effective solution for voice and data. PRI (Primary Rate Interface) service divides a digital signal into 24 voice channels, with 23 of those channels being used to place and receive phone calls, or carry data. The 24th channel is a signaling channel for the other 23. It can also be used for Analog lines – AKA POTS (Plain Ole Telephone Service) for Elevator, Alarm, Security or Rollover Groups).
Austin Hosted PBX
Hosted PBX is a a Cloud based phone system for Austin businesses that uses Voice over IP. This service is often provided by a network service provider. This solution provides a customer with flexibility as access to “seats” are usually purchased on a monthly basis. This can be scaled up and down as needed.
Austin SIP Trunking
SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol. As customers migrate to IP PBX technologies, SIP Trunking is a great scalable solution for your Austin-based businesses. It allows you to take full advantage of the flexibility that IP based communication brings to the table. It is the most commonly used protocol for VoIP and has become the standard for IP based trunking solutions. SIP is much more scalable than the traditional methods of voice communications. Starting at a single trunk or call path scaling up to tens of thousands SIP allows you to correctly size your trunking needs.
Dedicated Long Distance Services in the Austin Area
Dedicated LD is a key product for those who need higher quality transmission than switched voice service. Typically, it comes at a much more affordable price for the larger customer with moderate to high calling volume This service connects your business phone system directly to the carrier of your choice for long distance. Long distance calls then route directly to the long-distance carrier, bypassing the local phone company’s central office.
Unified communications is the term used to bring all of the different platforms into the same playing field creating better efficiency and flow. An ideal unified communications solution, for example, would allow one person to IM, call, video conference, collaborate with partners, and much more from a computer, smartphone, tablet, or whatever mobility medium he or she wishes to use, all in real-time.