The demands of modern business has seen the shape of connectivity within the UK change significantly over the past decade. This is predominantly due to the increasing nature of cloud services, be that data or voice. The UK has started to follow the rest of the world in adopting cloud services and as such have driven operators like BT to invest heavily into their IP network.
BT Group CEO, Gavin Patterson has announced that BT intend to switch off the PSTN and ISDN network by 2025.
With the UK rollout of Fibre To The Cabinet (FTTC), businesses are able to run VoIP services in high definition across commodity lines without the restriction of concurrent call rates and demands for onsite hardware (PBX), so is it really any surprise that BT are turning off the ISDN network, much in the same manner as analogue terrestrial television became obsolete.
This bold statement from the kingpins of telecoms proves beyond doubt that VoIP is here is stay. INFINITY urges all of the 3.2 million ISDN users to consider their transition to VoIP with a provider that understands the IT landscape. People who can manage the complex routing, security and bandwidths prerequisites that are essential to a stable and cohesive solution across network, operator and infrastructure.
INFINITY Tone is the UK’s premier commercially-graded, hosted and fully-managed telephony suite; designed to allow businesses to operate without the technical and commercial restrictions of traditional on premise PBX based infrastructure. The platform delivers a feature rich offering that can operate from anywhere in the world with Quality of Service (QoS) backed HD calling.
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