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PSTN

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) public switched telephone network: the conventional message switched telephone network
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The PSTN still satisfies multiple uses including: telemetry, remote reading, remote monitoring of premises, remote maintenance or remote alarms of machines, gauges, industrial automatons and alarm centres.
Given the revenue erosion of switched access--combined with the significant cost of maintaining switching equipment, SS7 links and Interconnection Agreement (ICA)/Local Interconnection Service (LIS) trunks--the PSTN interconnection infrastructure is an obvious source of complexity and cost.
The products are widely used to verify and ensure 'quality and reliability' of Wireless (4G LTE, 3G, 2G), SONET/SDH, IP, TDM, and PSTN networks.
The new application enables multiple printing products to run fax functions using a single fax server and fax kit or PSTN.
If 10 percent of VoIP to VoIP endpoint calls through the PSTN have quality issues, we have already reached the point where 100 percent of conferences have some problem between at least two of the participants.
Dornheim presents students, academics, and IT professionals working in a variety of contexts with an investigation of the experience and lessons learned by the Deutsch Telekom team in managing the successful transition from a public switched telephone network (PSTN) to an Internet-protocol-based platform in Macedonia.
of the Public Switched Telephone Network ("PSTN"), asserting
Arguably criminal acts by the NSA, combined with societal expectations, psychology, legal pressure, and a dawning awareness of the advantages of different technology, finally converged to kill the PSTN. The corpse continues to twitch, but the coroner will arrive shortly.
The package will replace the existing PSTN and Double Play packages .
The PSTN consists primarily of fiber optic cable and copper cable that connects switching centers with each other and to remote terminals.
For some franchise businesses, this has meant a 50 percent to 60 percent cost savings realized when excess PSTN lines are replaced with VoIP.
PSTN networks predominantly use SS7 to do the same.