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BandTel and Enterprise SIP Trunking Providers

Filed under: Technology,World — Tags: , , , — Positronic Dave @ 6:52 pm September 13, 2011

Moving to VoIP SIP Trunking will save on telecom costs (as much as 40%), But that’s just the start. Moving to VoIP frees your phone call from the circuit and PSTN rate center allowing you to…

Converge Communications – converge to just one enterprise network, and lower your in-house support costs.

Realize Global Number Portability – any inbound DID or 800 number can now terminate anywhere you want. That means any country in the world.

Merge Multi Site Locations – unify your organization to operate as one virtual enterprise irregardless of geographical office layout.

Flexible Routing – now any size enterprise afford routing options for voice traffic to multi site locations, based on business conditions or survivability events.

Three Ways to Get SIP Trunking from BandTel

BandTel offers SIP trunking services via three key methods for its clients: This allows the client to adopt new VoIP technologies at their pace, and on their budget. A summary of these methods of deployment are:

1. Adopt Current CPE equipment to SIP Trunking – BandTel makes possible SIP Trunking VoIP services for the business enterprise by utilizing the customers current telephone equipment and broadband IP connections. This is achieved through the use of industry standard gateways that BandTel has certified as Plug & Play.

2. Native SIP CPE Support – BandTel can offer SIP Trunking direct to a customers PBX systems that support SIP. BandTel supports a wide array of native SIP CPE devices.

3. Generations™ Program – BandTel offers a fully supported and managed set of VoIP CPE telephone equipment products that will make your transition to VoIP telephony simple, cost effective, and risk free.

Anonymous vows to take down Facebook

The hacker group Anonymous vows to take down Facebook November 5th, 2011 in Operation Facebook.

OK… this shows you why if you’re doing Facebook for business, you need to understand that it’s all built on the thinnest of foundations. It’s good, but it’s not, in any real way, “yours”. It’s a free service, so who can complain, but don’t put the family jewels there, or you may well be quite sorry you did.

All Telecommunications is Compromised.

Period. End of story. Has been for decades. The NSA is much bigger than the CIA. Read The Puzzle Palace if you don’t know what I’m talking about.

They brought down Sony for a long time. This could be a problem. Are they working for Google? Conveniently timed for the emergence of Google+. Hmm… the law of unintended consequences seems certain to strike here, starting with the world’s reaction, or lack of it, to the warning.

Stay tuned.

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