PSTN


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PSTN

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) public switched telephone network: the conventional message switched telephone network
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The transition from the PSTN to a broadband network of networks is
The PSTN consists primarily of fiber optic cable and copper cable that connects switching centers with each other and to remote terminals.
This new VoIP capability can be used in VoIP phones, not only in a LAN network, but can also be used in such PSTN applications as public and home phones, security systems, and other user defined client applications.
The primary goal of the softswitching movement is to seamlessly connect the PSTN and IP.
The Dialogic IP Media Gateway product line consists of turn-key appliance form factor units with a variety of PSTN and PBX interfaces, including the T1/E1 Media Gateways and the exclusive series of Dialogic PBX-IP Media Gateways.
VoIP Operators that subscribe to XConnect's peering services can now leverage the Proxy7 Signaling Gateway to bridge between the PSTN and VoIP traffic.
Competing VoIP providers in New York and San Francisco markets, including digital cable, VoIP phone and PC-based software phone, included in study - all benchmarked against PSTN
XConnect enables feature-rich multi-media communication between VoIP service providers around the world by bypassing the PSTN and provides PSTN carriers and operators with an efficient and low-cost means to terminate calls destined for VoIP subscribers.
9 for the PSTN - MOS is a scale commonly used to describe speech quality, ranging from 1 (worst) to 5 (best).
5 Enterprise Manager enhancements include inter-server call support, over both the PSTN and SIP IP networking, as well as increased scalability.
Fixed operators and cablecos that have previously offered fixed line telephony are setting VoIP pricing closer to PSTN prices and substantially higher than third-party VoIP equivalents, a symptom of the reluctance to speed up the inevitable demise of PSTN services.