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  • 07/22/17--07:19: Flowroute Reviews
  • Flowroute is a communications solution that is focused on helping your business grow. In addition to being a software company they are also a carrier, which allows them to provide direct access to telephone resources that help you deliver exceptional customer experiences.


    Plans and Pricing

    Flowroute offers a customized pricing experience that suites your businesses direct needs. Don't worry about paying for services that you don't use, but were part of the package. With Flowroute you pay what you use with no nonsense fees.

    See also


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  • 07/23/17--20:48: VOIP Service Providers B2B
  • Here is a list of VOIP Service Providers focusing on Business-To-Business services. This includes VoIP origination and VoIP termination, plans aimed at call centers, IVR providers and generic Asterisk users. See also:


    Services which require the use of locked ATA devices should not be listed on this page. Nor should services which do not permit simultaneous calls — most services here support at least 4 simultaneous incoming calls. Please list only services which support Asterisk connections, via SIP or IAX2, to the PSTN.


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  • 07/24/17--02:34: VOIP GSM Gateways
  • What's a VoIP GSM Gateway?

    A VoIP GSM Gateway enables direct routing between IP, digital, analog and GSM networks. With these devices (fixed cellular terminals) companies can significantly reduce the money they spend on telephony, especially the money they spend on calls from IP to GSM. The core idea behind cost saving with VoIP GSM Gateways is Least Cost Routing (LCR).

    Through least cost routing the gateways select the most cost-effective telephone connection. They check the number which is dialed as well as rate information which is stored in an internal routing table. Because several SIM cards and GSM modules are integrated within the VOIP GSM Gateway it is able to make relatively cheaper GSM to GSM calls instead of expensive IP to GSM calls.

    Who offers VoIP GSM Gateways?



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  • 07/24/17--06:18: GSM Card
  • Allo.com

    Asterisk GSM Card from Allo.com



    Using this card along with Asterisk (open source) running on a PC, users can create their SOHO telephony solution including all the sophisticated features of traditional PBX, and extend features such as voicemail in IP PBX. A VoIP GSM gateway establishes cost-effective connection between cellular networks and VoIP used for: Fixed-Mobile convergence, LCR and business continuity.

    Features

      • 4 GSM quadband channels
      • 1 SIM card per GSM channel
      • SMS support
      • Use’s GSM channel driver.
      • Bi-directional calls (Inbound and Outbound calls)
      • Fast and easy installation
      • Available in both PCI and PCIe
      • GPRS data connections
      • 4 LEDs (network state indicators)
      • Suitable for 3.3 volts and 5.0 volts 32 bit PCI slots

    Target Applications

      • GSM connectivity for PBX
      • Mobile PBX
      • GSM VoIP gateway

    Contact Allo.com

    Allo.com - VoIP Hardware Manufacturer
    Address: ADRASH ECO PLACE, No.176, Ground Floor, EPIP INDUSTRIAL Area
    Whitefield, Bangalore-66, India
    Email: andre@allo.com
    Website: Allo.com

    See Also



    POLYGATOR

    VoIP&SMS/GSM-card (PCI, PCIe), 4-8 channels, Asterisk compatible (optional WCDMA support)

    GSM-card Polygator - product page
    GSM-card Polygator - WiKi Description page
    GSM-card Polygator - WiKi Tech. ...

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  • 07/24/17--07:39: GSM Termination - SIM Server
  • What's a SIM Server for GSM Termination?

    A SIM Server solution separate the SIM cards from GSM terminals and allows a total control of the SIM cards and GSM channels.

    Who offers VoIP SIM Server?


    See especially (alphabetic order):

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    ANTRAX solution

    SIM Server& SIM box

    MAIN FEATURES:
    SIM box includes the following elements:
    Sub-rack with fifteen universal slots which provides power and cool the system
    SIM-board that comprises 20 SIM cards
    Each client has opportunity to choose individual structure of SIM box and use from 300 SIM cards during GSM termination. It is possible to combine GSM and SIM boards in one rack, so it is gsm sim box.

    Module-based structure of the hardware of this product opens up a wide range of possibilities to its users, such as:
    SIM cards could be placed separately from GSM modules (this option will require high-quality Internet connection between GSM-gateway and SIM box);
    SIM cards which take part in termination of voice traffic and sms termination to different destinations/countries could be placed in the same spot, making it easy to control their activity (it is important when you have several GSM gateways located in different countries or in different regions of the same country and all sim cards involved in termination, may be located in one or more SIM boxes placed in the same spot), etc.


    MAJOR ADVANTAGES:
    SIM cards rotation. One of the optimization algorithms of the system is the so-called Antrax “SIM-rotation”. SIM cards within each SIM box can be divided into groups, each of these groups can be assigned to a separate GSM-module of VoIP-gateway. Over time, the system is able to make changes within each group, changing SIM card which is responsible for making voice calls from one to another. This not only allows you to optimize resource consumption of every single “Sim”, but also gives a possibility to reduce their workload and, consequently, the suspicion of the mobile operators.

    SIM cards migration. Antrax system is capable of registering the SIM cards on different GSM-modules with a specified frequency. If you have several GSM gateways located in different parts of the city, system will make SIM card to make calls from every gateway by turn, creating an illusion of subscriber movement, thus helping to protect your cards from blocking by the mobile operator.


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  • 07/24/17--15:16: IVRPowers
  • Interactive Powers


    Description:


    Interactive Powers provides Voice & Video Technologies for Cloud-based services. Our products VoiceXML IVR / Video RTC provide easy-to-use, omnichannel, real-time communications, browser-driving interfaces, live chat, web collaboration, video calling, mobile app integration. Interactive Powers has offices in Europe (Madrid) and USA (Miami).

    Website:


    http://www.ivrpowers.com

    Specialities:


    HTML5, WebRTC, RTMP, VoiceXML, IVR, VoIP, Mobile Apps, Telephony

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  • 07/24/17--20:15: VoIP Origination
  • Please add information to this page about VoIP Origination.

    What is VoIP Call Origination?


    One of the terms most often used when talking about VoIP communications is call origination, which basically has to do with how a telephone call starts and how it travels to the receiver once it does. The following will provide an in-depth look at what call origination is, how it works and what type of hardware is required.

    What is Call Origination?

    VoIP stands for "Voice Over Internet Protocol". This means that phone calls utilize a technology that allows the calls to be sent directly over internet networks, which is a much cheaper way to make calls. Call origination refers to the point where the call starts, which takes place over the PSTN telephone network and transferred to their destination through the internet. It's important to note that a phone call through VoIP starts between the initiation point and the destination point, which are referred to as the originator and terminator respectively. There are typically different types of call origination depending on the services provided by the ITSP involved. The only way for call origination to work is if the VoIP originator has a call termination arrangement with a VoIP terminator.

    Required Hardware

    The best aspect of VoIP services is that there are hardly any noteworthy hardware requirements. All that is necessary is a gateway, which essentially transfers phone calls from the internet and onto PSTN lines. Since a gateway must interact with both the internet and standard PSTN lines, there are two interfaces necessary for a gateway, including a telephony interface that takes digital and analog lines and an Ethernet interface as a connection between the gateway and the internet. It's important to understand that a digital line can support a large amount of calls at one time, which can range anywhere from 20 to 30 depending on the type of line that is chosen. In comparison to a digital line, an analog line can only support one phone call at a time.

    How Call Origination Works

    Call origination is a fairly simple process that is a bit more complicated to explain. In essence, the gatekeeper mentioned previously will receive the calls and requests from the dialer. When a user makes a connection to the dialer, the gatekeeper will ask a Radius server to check if the user has input the correct password and username. The Radius server will then answer the gatekeeper with a yes or a no. If a yes answer is received from the Radius server, the user the has the ability to make a phone call from the origination point. Once the number has been placed, the gatekeeper once again receives a request for the phone call to be made. It is at this point where the gatekeeper will interact with the Radius server again to see if the user in question has enough money to make the phone call. The Radius server will then connect to the billing server to ascertain how much money has been provided by the user for this specific call, in order to nail down how long the call can last before being cut off.

    The billing server will then take a look at the location at which the call is originating from in order to measure the current rate of pay, which all depends on whether the call is being made in off peak or peak hours. Once this has been determined, the relevant information will then be sent back to the Radius server. Once the Radius server has received this information, it will be sent back to the gatekeeper. The user is then provided with the IP address for the gateway at the destination to which the call is being placed. This gateway will send the call to the final destination. If no other issue arises during this time, the call can take place and the two users can talk for however long the duration of the call is. If the call takes place once the maximum time allotment has been reached for the call, it will be disconnected and more money will need to be provided in order to make another call and continue the conversation. When the call has come to a conclusion, whether by the callers themselves or because they were disconnected, the initial user will have the total price of the call deducted from their payment source by the billing server.

    Types of VoIP services

    There are two basic types of VoIP services, including PC to phone and phone to phone. The provider for the PC to phone service will place a dialer on the internet that the user of the service can download and install. This dialer allows for an account to be created with any type of payment source that is allowed by the service provider. Once this is done, the user can make and receive calls. ...

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  • 07/24/17--23:15: softswitch
  • Softswitch is a central device in a telecommunications network which connects telephone calls from one phone line to another, across a telecommunication network or the public Internet, entirely by means of software running on a general-purpose system. Most landline calls are routed by purpose-built electronic hardware however, soft switches using general purpose servers and VoIP technology are becoming more popular.
    Nowadays, many telecommunications networks make use of combinations of softswitches and more traditional purpose-built hardware.

    A softswitch is also a VoIP server, providing a soft switch platform with full IP PBX call features. The most difference from IP PBX is its enormous numbers of users.

    Typical application networking diagram

    Typical softswitch application.jpg


    See also


    Softswitch Manufacturers and Providers


    • REVE Systems-iTel VoIP Softswitch- iTel Switch is a single Softswitch platform for global Retail, Wholesale, Calling card & Call shop business. Being a highly customizable and scalable VoIP Softswitch with integrated billing, it serves as an ideal platform for all the VoIP service providers who want to provide a wide range of VoIP services. iTel VoIP Softswitch has been designed to meet the highest needs of carriers. This VoIP Softswitch also ensures most reliable and cost effective solution that can help VoIP service providers grow as a giant global carrier in VoIP industry. Multilevel reseller support, easy end user interface, integrated billing, intelligent routing and class 4 & 5 Softswitch features are some of the many unique competencies of iTel Switch.

    Class 4 SoftSwitch Solution– Tandem Capabilities with Affordable Services and Support

    With Ecosmob Technologies, one of the leading Class 4 solution providers is focused on developing scalable, high-quality and cost-efficient VoIP softswitch solutions for telecom industries worldwide. Class 4 SoftSwitch development service offered by Ecosmob enables effective scaling of voice services while catering a time-tested point-of-presence between two carriers.


    Class 4 SoftSWITCH Key Features At Glance

    - Intelligent Call Routing
    - Geographic, Nongeographic & Nomadic Routing
    - User friendly Web Interface
    - Load Balancing & Failover
    - WLR Customers

    VoIP Class 4 SoftSWITCH Solution

    Our VoIP Softswitch has been mainly designed for routing local and long distance calls, thus the software is affordable yet advanced that meets the needs of telecom industries. We develop class 4 switch based on the protocol of a particular country. We integrates Authorization, Accountancy, Administration and Billing. So, avail with a software that bridges network management and monitors tasks.

    Key Benefits of Class 4 VoIP SoftSWITCH

    - Provides flexibility, reliability, security and scalability
    - Offers quick support
    - Provides advanced switching solution deployment
    - Offers high voice quality

    Sonus Softswitch

    Sonus is one of the pioneers of Softswitch technology, delivering it's first version PSX6000 in 2001. Since then Sonus established itself as a major global supplier of carrier-grade, highly scalable solutions. ...

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  • 07/25/17--23:59: VoIP Providers India
  • This page is a list of VoIP service providers in India. Please keep this list in alphabetical order. India VoIP providers looking to add their services can do so in the list below.


    India




    • Asergis Telecom Asergis Telecom is a leading provider of VoIP services across India and beyond. We specialize in providing International calling to over 90 countries and offer the lowest rates in the market. We provide global services that span the commercial communications spectrum across call management, audio conferencing, wholesale voice termination, hosted cloud, toll and toll free numbers, as well as an array of other tools to support you. Call +91 11 6606 8400 or email info@asergis.com for more information or to to request a free demonstration.



    • 91Networks Communication 91Networks is a technology rich networking & consulting company with proven products and solutions.We deliver efficient and reliable business-critical products and connectivity solutions in IT-Telcom, Voice, TDM, IP, VOIP. such as VoIP Gateway,GSM-Gateway,IP-PBX, VOIP Phone,Headsets,IP Camera to help strengthen the networking infrastructure & productivity. ...

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  • 07/26/17--02:11: Inaani Pte Ltd


  • Inaani is a preeminent retail and wholesale VoIP Service Provider with over 10 years of trusted diligent presence across the globe. INAANI has emerged as one of the leading Mobile VoIP service Providers for assuring the decent quality of VoIP solution.
    Inaani has been providing supreme quality 24X7 dedicated customer support to ensure that the customers can relish the best service for their business. The company believes in perfection and authenticate the service quality before providing services to their valuable consumers. Inaani has been dealing with a web of organic retail network with 1.5+ million subscribers and 800+ renowned Tier1 and Tier2 carriers like SingTel, Tata, Bharti, Telkom Malaysia, Deutsche Telekom, BICS, Verizon and many more to ensures the best quality network in IP telephony. And with the backing of a dexterous R&D team, INAANI has been marching forward ever since.

    History


    Inaani was founded in 2006 as a concern of renowned organization Reve Group with the ultimate focus of providing utmost VoIP service to its consumers and now it has grabbed the position as a leading VoIP service provider in the VoIP market. Substantiating premium quality service to its client has always been the infrastructure of Inaani. Headquartered in Singapore, Inaani has multinational well establishment in Hong Kong, India, and UAE. Possessing a versatile structure, Inaani is competent to terminate VoIP calls, simultaneously for the retail and wholesale VoIP busines.




    Inaani Blog posts



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    Compare the best Internet providers in Sterling, AK. Find Internet service providers in Sterling, AK by entering your ZIP code above. View reviews, ratings, pricing, and more about Internet providers in your area.

    Compare Internet Providers in Sterling, AK

    Types of internet service available in Sterling, AK include cable, fiber optic, DSL and satellite. Each type works differently and has its own benefits and drawbacks, which are explained below in the sections below.

    The modern consumer has more internet options available than ever before, and this wealth of options results in quite a few excellent benefits. Customers who are searching for internet service in Sterling, AK can find low prices, fast download speeds and excellent package deals. The disadvantage of all these options is that they can make choosing a plan confusing and difficult. Shopping for internet service becomes even more challenging once bundle packages enter the equation.

    Fortunately, there’s an easy way for customers in Sterling, AK to find the very best deals on high-speed internet, and that’s through Voip-Info.org, which offers a comparison tool to evaluate plan options for cable, fiber-optic, DSL and satellite internet plans. Customers can see what each provider has to offer and choose the service that fits their needs. For those who already have TV or phone service, the Voip-Info.org tool can pull up internet plans that are compatible with the customer’s existing service. Searching for plans is as simple as entering a ZIP code in the tool above.

    Voip-Info.org also has a tool to search for business internet plans. Users who want to find out how fast their internet really is should check out the Voip-Info.org Internet Speed Test. This speed test is convenient and works no matter the customer’s device, because it doesn’t require Java or Flash to work.

    Cable Internet Service Providers in Sterling, AK

    Cable internet is provided by companies that also offer television and phone services. Using either fiber optic or coaxial cables, the company connects customers through the closest location to their homes. From that point, a modem utilizes bandwidth from the television service to establish an internet connection.

    This type of internet is popular because of its wide availability and the ease of bundling it with phone and television services. The majority of cable providers in the Sterling, AK area allow for any combination of services and can easily add internet to households that are already customers simply by adding a modem. Since the connection to a home is done by cables, service quality is not determined by how far away the home is from the company location.

    Sterling, AK cable internet is an excellent experience for those who do not share a node with other customers. In some neighborhoods with dense population, there can be many users on the same node, which leads to lower internet speeds. The problem can become severe when customers abuse the network through excessive streaming and sharing of large files. This happens because everyone on the node is sharing the same pool of bandwidth. It should be noted that while bundled services are often the most affordable, there are cases where buying services separately is cheaper. The Voip-Info.org comparison tool will show the current pricing on all cable internet services.

    Fiber Optic Internet Providers in Sterling, AK

    Customers interested in the most technologically advanced internet service will want to go with fiber-optic internet in Sterling, AK, also known as FiOS. This type of internet service functions the same as cable for the customer, but since it uses a fiber-optic network, it’s faster. TV and phone services are also available with a fiber-optic network, so customers can still bundle the three together.

    DSL Internet Service in Sterling, AK

    DSL, also known as the Digital Subscriber Line, is a connection that goes through an analog telephone line. Users that opt for DSL service are usually connected to a bandwidth that has a wider range in frequency and can transmit phone calls. This service uses the added bandwidth from the phone line and connects to the Internet. Users that have this service usually connect computers and laptops to a DSL modem they purchased from a DSL provider. This type of modem is very easy to connect to a service that provides the Internet through the phone line. You can compare DSL providers in Sterling, AK area by using Voip-Info.org’s comparison tool. ...

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    Compare the best Internet providers in Crooked Creek, AK. Find Internet service providers in Crooked Creek, AK by entering your ZIP code above. View reviews, ratings, pricing, and more about Internet providers in your area.

    Comparing Internet Service Providers in Crooked Creek, AK

    Below is a brief, easy-to-understand explanation of how cable, DSL, and satellite Internet connections work in Crooked Creek, AK, along with information on their advantages and disadvantages.

    Consumers of today are faced with many different choices when it comes to high-speed Internet services. These choices include cable Internet, DSL, satellite Internet, and fiber optic Internet. Since there are so many choices available for Internet, the market is very competitive. Prices have been dropping, downloading speeds have increased, and consumers can take advantage of many great deals. But this can mean confusion for customers who are not sure about what each option offers. Not only that, many Internet options now come either by themselves or bundled in a television or telephone package.

    Voip-Info.org assists customers who are trying to find the best deals for Crooked Creek, AK high-speed Internet. We will compare the different high-speed Internet providers for your convenience, from cable, satellite and DSL, in order to find the best company for every customer. We also offer a tool that finds the best Internet option based on your current television or telephone service. Just enter your current zip code above to start your search.

    For anyone interested in business Internet providers, Voip-Info.org also has a section just for that. You can even test your current Internet speed with our Voip-Info.org Internet Speed Test. This test will work on any device and you do not need to download Flash or Java in order for it to work.

    Cable Internet in Crooked Creek, AK

    As many readers will know, cable providers typically offer package or independent high-speed Internet services in Crooked Creek, AK. This is typically achieved through fiber optic and coaxial cables that connect your Internet modem and router to the cable service provider. The same bandwidth that is used for cable access is also used for Internet access. If you want to find which cable provider fits your needs use Voip-Info's comparison tool.

    The fact that Internet and cable share bandwidth should not lead readers to believe that it will diminish the cable connection or provide poor download speeds. An Internet connection does not need a lot of bandwidth. In fact, many users are satisfied with a package between Internet, phone, and cable, and generally do not have many complaints about reduced bandwidth. As a rule of thumb, if a consumer already has television or phone access, she should use the same company to purchase an Internet package. This will simplify the process because the same cables are used across different services.

    One of the difficulties that arises with cable Internet in Crooked Creek, AK usually occurs when there are a lot of people accessing the Internet. When several people are downloading a large file or streaming videos on Netflix, the Internet speed will suffer. There is a limited bandwidth for cable Internet, and it is usually optimal when not sharing with many other people.

    Another point to keep in mind regarding cable Internet is that sometimes the packages do not provide the best deal. There may be times when it is cheaper to purchase separately. The Voip-Info resources will be able to guide you through the comparison process.

    Fiber Optic Internet Service Providers in Crooked Creek, AK

    This type of service is new to the broadband market and is only available in large metropolitan areas like Crooked Creek, AK. Fiber optic service, often called 'FiOS', works much like cable internet except that it is much faster. A fiber optic line can deliver television and phone service as well. It is expected that fiber optic internet will become the standard service in the next decade.

    DSL Internet Service in Crooked Creek, AK

    DSL, also known as the Digital Subscriber Line, is a connection that goes through an analog telephone line. Users that opt for DSL service are usually connected to a bandwidth that has a wider range in frequency and can transmit phone calls. This service uses the added bandwidth from the phone line and connects to the Internet. Users that have this service usually connect computers and laptops to a DSL modem they purchased from a DSL provider. ...

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  • 07/26/17--09:14: Internet Providers in Tok AK
  • Compare the best Internet providers in Tok, AK. Find Internet service providers in Tok, AK by entering your ZIP code above. View reviews, ratings, pricing, and more about Internet providers in your area.

    Compare Internet Service in Tok, AK

    When it comes to internet service in Tok, AK, the most popular options are DSL, cable, fiber optic and satellite. Even though each provides internet, they work very differently. The sections below explain the advantages and disadvantages of each type of internet.

    Consumers in this modern era have a plethora of internet options available, and this selection is great for those shopping for internet service in Tok, AK. All the options available mean consumers can find faster download speeds at lower prices than ever before, along with package deals to bundle and save even more. The only drawback of this vast selection is that it complicates the process of choosing a plan. With the bundle options available, the selection process becomes even more confusing.

    Luckily for customers in Tok, AK, there’s a simple way to check out internet service plan options through different providers and find the best deals. Voip-Info.org provides a comparison tool with all the top cable, fiber-optic, DSL and satellite internet plans. Using this tool, customers can find the service that will work best for their specific needs. Many customers already have phone or TV service, and the Voip-Info.org tool can find plans that work with a customer’s existing service or services. Performing a search only requires a customer to enter his ZIP code in the tool above.

    There’s also a Voip-Info.org comparison tool for business internet plans. Those interested in checking out how fast their internet is can use the Voip-Info.org Internet Speed Test. The speed test takes just seconds and is compatible with any device since it doesn’t use Java or Flash.

    Cable Internet Service in Tok, AK

    Cable Internet may be installed by cable companies that also provide television and telephone services in Tok, AK. Cable is installed through the use of either fiber-optic cables or physical coaxial cables. This creates an actual physical connection between the customer and the nearest company location. Internet services run through the cable modem, which uses the bandwidth that comes from the television channels to connect to the Internet. You can use Voip-Info.org’s broadband comparison tool today to find the best cable Internet for your location.

    Since only a small amount of bandwidth is necessary for Internet service, it is easy to bundle with other TV services. Many cable companies in Tok, AK offer various bundles of Internet, telephone, and TV, or a combination of the three. The Internet connection uses the exact same cables as both the TV and phone services, so adding a modem is the only necessary service needed. A physical connection is then established through the cables, meaning that the quality of the Internet connection will not be affected by the distance between the user and the provider’s office.

    Consumers in Tok, AK who are not sharing a cable channel with anyone else will find that cable Internet is a great choice for them. But for those who live in an area that has many other users, a decline in speed and problems with the cable Internet may occur. This is because there are other users streaming multiple videos at the same time or sharing large data files. This happens because everyone is sharing the same bandwidth. While having your Internet, telephone and TV services bundled may sound like a great deal, it is often cheaper to purchase the services separately. Use our tools to check out the prices across all services today.

    Fiber Optic Internet in Tok, AK

    This is one of the most recent technologies in the Internet service world. The deals that come with this new tech are very reasonable considering that it's faster in more areas of Tok, AK. Usually, fiber optic providers talk about their services as 'FiOS.' Fiber optic is growing in popularity because of the speed and ease of installation.

    DSL Internet in Tok, AK

    Digital subscriber line internet service, which is much more widely known as DSL internet service, connects the user’s computer to the internet through an analog phone line. A DSL modem transmits bandwidth from the DSL provider to the user’s computer.

    There’s no worry of internet service affecting call quality or vice versa, even when both internet and phone service are used at the same time, because phone calls use little bandwidth. ...

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    Compare the best Internet providers in Stebbins, AK. Find Internet service providers in Stebbins, AK by entering your ZIP code above. View reviews, ratings, pricing, and more about Internet providers in your area.

    Compare Internet Service in Stebbins, AK

    The following is a look at the differences between the types of internet available in Stebbins, AK, which are DSL, cable, fiber, and satellite, along with the advantages and disadvantages of each type.

    There have never been more internet options available than there are today for the modern consumer, who can choose from DSL, cable, fiber optic and satellite internet. All these choices result in a far more competitive market, which is great for consumers, who end up with better deals and faster download speeds. The one drawback is that the many options can make it more difficult for consumers to choose an internet plan, and it gets even harder with the bundle packages available.

    Voip-Info.org solves that issue by helping customers in Stebbins, AK find the top deals on high-speed internet. It includes comparisons of cable, fiber-optic, DSL and satellite internet providers, so each customer can find the right provider and plan. The Voip-Info.org tool can even find internet plans compatible with a customer’s current TV or phone service, when applicable. Customers can search for plans by entering their ZIP code in the tool above.

    Those looking for business internet providers are also in luck, as Voip-Info.org has another section for those plans. The Voip-Info.org Internet Speed Test shows customers their internet speed, and it’s very convenient, as it works on any device since it doesn’t require Java or Flash.

    Cable Internet Service Providers in Stebbins, AK

    Cable internet is provided by companies that also offer television and phone services. Using either fiber optic or coaxial cables, the company connects customers through the closest location to their homes. From that point, a modem utilizes bandwidth from the television service to establish an internet connection.

    This type of internet is popular because of its wide availability and the ease of bundling it with phone and television services. The majority of cable providers in the Stebbins, AK area allow for any combination of services and can easily add internet to households that are already customers simply by adding a modem. Since the connection to a home is done by cables, service quality is not determined by how far away the home is from the company location.

    Stebbins, AK cable internet is an excellent experience for those who do not share a node with other customers. In some neighborhoods with dense population, there can be many users on the same node, which leads to lower internet speeds. The problem can become severe when customers abuse the network through excessive streaming and sharing of large files. This happens because everyone on the node is sharing the same pool of bandwidth. It should be noted that while bundled services are often the most affordable, there are cases where buying services separately is cheaper. The Voip-Info.org comparison tool will show the current pricing on all cable internet services.

    Fiber Optic Internet Providers in Stebbins, AK

    Users have about the same experience with fiber-optic internet service as they do with cable service, as it’s a similar setup. The primary difference is the speed – fiber-optic internet is on a fiber-optic network, and this results in significantly faster speeds. Fiber-optic internet in Stebbins, AK is often referred to as FiOS internet service, and customers can also get fiber-optic phone and TV service.

    DSL Internet in Stebbins, AK

    DSL, or a Digital Subscriber Line, is a type of Internet connection that providers run through an existing analog telephone line. Through this line, users will receive access to bandwidth at a frequency range that will allow them to transmit telephone calls. The extra bandwidth from the line is what allows users to connect to the Internet. The user first connects their computers to their DSL modem in their home. This modem connects to the service provider they are using through the analog phone line. They then connect through a DSLAM to the Internet, otherwise known as a digital subscriber line access multiplexer. The customer is then able to access the Internet. With Voip-Info.org, you can compare Stebbins, AK DSL providers. ...

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    Consumers today have more choices than ever for high-speed internet services. Options range from DSL, cable, satellite, and more. Companies like Google are also working on new types of technologies to bring the internet to the masses, including even a balloon-type device that will provide internet to those in rural areas in the developing world. With all the options available, and new ones emerging, the market is becoming increasingly saturated. This can make it that much more confusing for new customers trying to decide what service is right for them. This is especially true when you take bundled television and phone services into consideration.

    Voip-Info.org helps customers find the best option and the best deals that match their high-speed internet needs. By comparing all the available options, Voip-Info.org is able to find the right company and the right choice for each and every customer. We can even find internet options that can be used with your current phone or television service. All you need to do is enter your zip code into the system to start a search.

    In order to simplify things for consumers, this article will give a brief rundown of some of the most popular high-speed internet options that are currently available, and will explain some of the advantages and disadvantages of each option.

    Cable Internet Service

    Cable internet is provided by cable companies, who also usually provide phone and television services. Cable internet works using a physical connection of coaxial or fiber-optic cables, forging a physical connection between the user and the company's closest location. Cable internet uses a cable modem, which can be purchased by a consumer or rented from the cable company.

    Internet service requires relatively minimal bandwidth, which makes combining it with television service fairly easy. This is part of the reason most cable companies offer bundles that include internet, television, and/or phone services. The connection for the internet employs the same cables as the phone and television services, making it easy to add internet service to existing phone or television service. It can be done very easily just by installing a modem, which can be done in mere minutes. Also, users don’t have to worry about the quality of connection being affected by their distance to the provider’s office.

    Cable internet is especially well-suited for those who do not share a cable channel with others. This is because in an area with numerous users, individuals may be faced with a decline in online speeds, and sometimes can run into trouble when streaming multiple videos or transferring large files. This happens because a given channel could be supporting many users and sharing the same bandwidth. However, it usually can be easily fixed by manually switching channels on your modem or router, or making a simple call to your internet provider. The tools offered by Voip-Info.org will help you determine if cable internet is right for you, and will also help you decide if you should bundle your internet service with television and phone services, or if it may be cheaper to purchase them separately.

    DSL Internet

    Another popular option for internet is DSL, which stands for Digital Subscriber Line. This is an internet connection that connects via an analog telephone line. DSL is usually cheaper than cable, and is especially popular in areas where cable internet may not be available. DSL gives users access to bandwidth that runs through the telephone line, on a frequency range that also allows telephone calls. DSL takes the extra bandwidth from the phone line and uses it to access the internet. Users first set up their computers to connect to a DSL modem in their home, which then connects to the internet service provider using the analog phone line. The internet service provider uses a DSLAM, or digital subscriber line access multiplexer, to enable internet access.

    Phone calls require very little bandwidth, so customers are able to use the internet and the phone at the same time through a DSL connection. DSLAM is different than cable as it isn’t affected by a potentially large user base logged in at the same time, allowing it to provide fast internet service to multiple DSL users in the same area. Essentially, while other services sometimes advertise faster connections, DSL could actually be quicker. It really depends on the area and the provider. One thing to keep in mind is that, potentially, the further away the DSL connection is from the internet provider’s office, the lower the quality of the internet connection. Customers should use Voip-Info.org and then inquire with their local providers, in addition to reading local customer reviews. ...

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  • 07/26/17--12:02: VoIP Termination
  • Please add information to this page about VoIP call termination.

    What is VoIP Termination?

    VoIP call termination is used to refer to the procedures that are used for routing telephone calls from one provider to the next provider until the call has been routed to the last telephone company and has been received by the recipient. Voice termination is another term that is used for call termination. The telephone companies are also referred to as providers or carriers.

    Called Party

    The called party is the person who has received the telephone call. The end point of the route may be on the Internet or may be at a point that was reached by routing the call through the public switched telephone network. The procedures for routing the call stop when the call has been received by the recipient. The process may seem simple to individuals who do not experience problems with making telephone calls but is not so simple to individuals who make calls that will not connect such as calls to a different country.

    Calling Party

    The calling party is the person who has initiated the call and who wants to be connected to the called party. There may be problems with the telephone calls that begin on the Internet and end at a cellular phone. The sound of the voices may seem to be amplified with echoes and have a scratchy quality. The calls that are initiated with Google Voice may never connect or could be delayed.

    VoIP

    Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is a term that is used to describe a call that was initiated on the Internet such as Skype calls or calls made with Google Voice. The calls that were initiated on the Internet usually end at a point that is not on the Internet. Most of the recipients of telephone calls receive the calls with a landline phone or with a cellular phone. The route may begin on the Internet but will end at a point that was reached by routing the call from the public switched telephone network (PSTN), which is the common description for call termination.

    Internet Networks

    A tier-one operator is licensed and registered to operate an Internet protocol (IP) network for Internet telephony services. Tier-one operators can handle call origination and call termination. A tier-two operator can lease services from a tier-one operator. The tier-three operators can lease services from either a tier-one or two-two operator. There are also resellers of VoIP services and wholesalers in the market. The quality of the services is not very high because of the inconsistencies in the market such as fluctuations with demand, fraud and problems with doing business on an international level.

    Call Origination

    Call origination is used to refer to telephone calls that originate from the public switched telephone network and end the route on the Internet. Call termination is considered to be the opposite of call origination because the direction of the paths are reversed. The terms are associated with the starting point of the calls, path of the route of the calls and termination point of the calls. The operators of IP telephony services can handle calls that originate or terminate on the Internet.

    Fees

    The fees for services are subject to the regulations of several countries because the routes of the calls will cross over more than one country. Those countries can use legislation to control the fees for the services. Termination rates are usually very high for the countries in the Middle East and Asia. The rates are intentional high because there are more incoming calls than outgoing calls from the countries, which is caused by the diaspora effect of a migrating population.

    VoIP Termination Providers

    Please list VoIP Termination providers here in alphabetical order.



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  • 07/27/17--00:54: Asterisk func strreplace
  • Synopsis

    Replace instances of a substring within a string with another string.

    Description

    Searches for all instances of the <find-string> in provided variable and replaces them with <replace-string>. If <replace-string> is an empty string, this will effectively delete that substring. If <max-replacements> is specified, this function will stop after performing replacements <max-replacements> times.
    NOTE: The replacement only occurs in the output. The original variable is not altered.

    Syntax

    STRREPLACE(varname,find-string[,replace-string[,max-replacements]])


    Arguments

    Not available

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  • 07/27/17--02:18: Hosted VoIP Softswitch
  • Softswitch in VoIP industry is the device that connects IP to IP calls. Softswitch also acts as a VoIP Server. This provides all the call related functions. There are 2 types of softswitches.

    • Class 4 softswitch
    • Class 5 softswitch.
    One of the most important function of the softswitch is the billing software. This provides incomparable accuracy and saves the tedious process of billing manually. Apart from billing, a softswitch also helps in routing, reporting and monitoring in VoIP business. Softswitches are also customizable according to the user necessity. Being a software completely, softswitches are less costly and does not require maintenance charges.
    One has to be careful while choosing a softswitch. Find a reliable and stable company. An established stable company will provide better quality service than the newly found ones. Softswitches are popular for their compatibility and flexibility. So user friendly aspect is an important point to keep in mind while choosing a softswitch. There are 2 types of ownership for a softswitch. One, the complete ownership. Here the owner buys the softswitch and gains total authority over it. The other is the monthly rental basis. In the monthly rental basis, one has to pay a pre-fixed amount every month by the given last date to continue the services of the softswitch.


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    Compare the best Internet providers in Dillingham, AK. Find Internet service providers in Dillingham, AK by entering your ZIP code above. View reviews, ratings, pricing, and more about Internet providers in your area.

    Comparing Internet Service Providers in Dillingham, AK

    Below is a brief, easy-to-understand explanation of how cable, DSL, and satellite Internet connections work in Dillingham, AK, along with information on their advantages and disadvantages.

    Consumers of today are faced with many different choices when it comes to high-speed Internet services. These choices include cable Internet, DSL, satellite Internet, and fiber optic Internet. Since there are so many choices available for Internet, the market is very competitive. Prices have been dropping, downloading speeds have increased, and consumers can take advantage of many great deals. But this can mean confusion for customers who are not sure about what each option offers. Not only that, many Internet options now come either by themselves or bundled in a television or telephone package.

    Voip-Info.org assists customers who are trying to find the best deals for Dillingham, AK high-speed Internet. We will compare the different high-speed Internet providers for your convenience, from cable, satellite and DSL, in order to find the best company for every customer. We also offer a tool that finds the best Internet option based on your current television or telephone service. Just enter your current zip code above to start your search.

    For anyone interested in business Internet providers, Voip-Info.org also has a section just for that. You can even test your current Internet speed with our Voip-Info.org Internet Speed Test. This test will work on any device and you do not need to download Flash or Java in order for it to work.

    Cable Internet Service in Dillingham, AK

    Customers interested in cable internet can get it through cable companies that offer phone, TV and high-speed internet plans in Dillingham, AK. How it works is simple enough, as the cable company uses either physical coaxial or fiber-optic cables to make a connection between the user and the closest company location. A cable modem provides internet service through bandwidth from TV channels. A customer can find the top cable internet options in his area through Voip-Info.org’s broadband comparison tool.

    The main reason why companies can combine internet and TV service with ease is because internet service doesn’t need much bandwidth. Because of this, almost all the cable companies in Dillingham, AK have bundle packages with internet, TV and phone service, along with any combination of those three. Adding an internet plan to an existing TV or phone plan typically just requires the cable company to install a modem. The cables provide a physical connection, which means that the user’s distance from the cable company’s office has no effect on his connection quality and download speeds.

    Users who don’t share their cable with anyone usually find cable internet in Dillingham, AK to be a convenient option. The primary potential issue with cable internet is slower speeds in areas with a large number of users, particularly if users are streaming videos or sharing large files. The reason this causes a slowdown is because everyone is using the same bandwidth. Another important consideration is the cost of internet, TV and phone service when bundled compared to when purchased separately, as bundling doesn’t always save money. The tools available on Voip-Info.org can help customers see which deals are best.

    Fiber-Optic Internet Service in Dillingham, AK

    Fiber-optic internet works similarly to cable internet, and the end result is the same for the user in terms of functionality. The key difference is that fiber-optic internet uses a fiber-optic network, so providers can offer much faster speeds. Providers of fiber-optic internet in Dillingham, AK often refer to it as “FiOS” internet service. There are also fiber-optic TV and phone services available.

    DSL Internet Service in Dillingham, AK

    DSL provides high-speed Internet access through an analog telephone line. With this line, users would have the bandwidth to make phone calls. DSL uses this bandwidth to provide access to the Internet. The consumer's modem is connected to the provider via that same analog line. From there, the service provider will gain access to the Internet through a digital subscriber line access multiplexer. Some DSL providers are different. ...

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    Compare the best Internet providers in Platinum, AK. Find Internet service providers in Platinum, AK by entering your ZIP code above. View reviews, ratings, pricing, and more about Internet providers in your area.

    Compare Internet Service Providers in Platinum, AK

    There are a few popular options for internet service in Platinum, AK, and most consumers go with cable, fiber optic, DSL or satellite. All of these types provide high-speed internet, but how they work is quite different. The sections below go over the benefits and drawbacks with each specific type of internet service, along with what makes them different.

    This modern era of technology is great for consumers, who get to choose from a huge variety of internet plans and providers. Those looking for internet service in Platinum, AK can look forward to getting lower prices for faster download speeds than ever before, and there’s also the option of bundling internet with TV and phone services to save more money. The many plan and provider options have one downside, and that’s how confusing it can be for consumers to find the right plan. The availability of bundle packages makes choosing a plan even tougher.

    Customers in Platinum, AK have an easy way to evaluate their various internet plan and provider options, though. Voip-Info.org has a comparison tool that includes the most popular cable, fiber-optic, satellite and DSL internet plans, so consumers can use it to find the plan that fits them best. Of course, plenty of consumers already have TV or phone service, and Voip-Info.org provides the option of finding internet plans compatible with an existing TV or phone service plan. All consumers need to do to check out plans in their area is punch in their ZIP code in the tool above.

    Those who need business internet plans are also in luck, as Voip-Info.org has a comparison tool for that, as well. For checking internet speeds, there’s the Voip-Info.org Internet Speed Test. This tool works in second and on any device, because it doesn’t require Flash or Java.

    Cable Internet Service in Platinum, AK

    Cable Internet may be installed by cable companies that also provide television and telephone services in Platinum, AK. Cable is installed through the use of either fiber-optic cables or physical coaxial cables. This creates an actual physical connection between the customer and the nearest company location. Internet services run through the cable modem, which uses the bandwidth that comes from the television channels to connect to the Internet. You can use Voip-Info.org’s broadband comparison tool today to find the best cable Internet for your location.

    Since only a small amount of bandwidth is necessary for Internet service, it is easy to bundle with other TV services. Many cable companies in Platinum, AK offer various bundles of Internet, telephone, and TV, or a combination of the three. The Internet connection uses the exact same cables as both the TV and phone services, so adding a modem is the only necessary service needed. A physical connection is then established through the cables, meaning that the quality of the Internet connection will not be affected by the distance between the user and the provider’s office.

    Consumers in Platinum, AK who are not sharing a cable channel with anyone else will find that cable Internet is a great choice for them. But for those who live in an area that has many other users, a decline in speed and problems with the cable Internet may occur. This is because there are other users streaming multiple videos at the same time or sharing large data files. This happens because everyone is sharing the same bandwidth. While having your Internet, telephone and TV services bundled may sound like a great deal, it is often cheaper to purchase the services separately. Use our tools to check out the prices across all services today.

    Fiber Optic Internet in Platinum, AK

    Fiber optic cables provide the latest digital technological services in the internet market. The service basically works in the same way as cable internet to the end users, the only difference being that they usually experience higher internet speeds. The fiber optic service providers in Platinum, AK usually offer internet, telephone and television services over fiber optic networks. They usually describe their services as FiOS.

    DSL Internet Service in Platinum, AK

    DSL provides high-speed Internet access through an analog telephone line. With this line, users would have the bandwidth to make phone calls. ...

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