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Learn How AudioCodes is Helping Deutsche Telekom Migrate its Business Customers to All-IP

Last week, AudioCodes and Deutsche Telekom (DT) announced that DT has selected AudioCodes for the DeutschlandLAN SIP-Trunk project, part of DT’s ongoing migration of all its German ISDN customers to an all-IP infrastructure. In our upcoming webinar ‘Transforming business voice services from PSTN connectivity to managed UC services’, AudioCodes together with Ovum, a leading market […]

IP Phone

IP Desk Phones – A Phone is Just a Phone Right?

Being nearly 3 months into my new role at AudioCodes it’s been a steep learning curve given the breadth of products and markets we address.  Before I started I was curious as to why AudioCodes were making such significant investments in the IP phone range, given we were primarily known for more traditional telecom appliance products […]

Skype for Business in the Cloud

Migrating to Skype for Business Cloud PBX the Smart Way

Using a Hybrid Solution Offers the Best of the On-Premises and Cloud-based Worlds   Moving towards Cloud PBX The rapid rise of Microsoft’s Skype for Business is a strong incentive for enterprises to consider deploying the popular Unified Communications suite. The Company’s most recent announcements regarding their on-line version and the replacement of on-premises based […]

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Simplified Call Routing for Complex Networks

What makes VoIP level routing hard to manage? One of the main achievements in the world of data routing over the last two decades is the emergence of the distributed routing architecture. Using various routing protocols (RIP, OSPF, EGRP, BGP, etc.), networks are created and modified dynamically and automatically. VoIP routing is much more complicated […]

Keep it simple

Deploying Skype for Business: Keeping it Simple

We live in a complex technology world.  A very successful business man, Sir Richard Branson, once said: “Complexity is your enemy. Any fool can make something complicated. It is hard to keep things simple.” During one of the recent roadshows, I suddenly thought about that statement again in the context of our S-S-D pitch for […]