PSTN to All-IP Migration
What is PSTN to All-IP? PSTN to All-IP describes the expected transformation of the telecommunication network where the public-switched-telephone network (PSTN) will ultimately be unplugged and replaced with an all–Internet Protocol (IP) network for delivering voice services.
Patton PSTN to All-IP Migration Solutions
- Patton All-IP migration solutions help fixed-line Service Providers move subscribers from legacy TDM networks to all-IP SIP Trunks, Hosted Telephony and UCaaS services easily and efficiently with a high level of customer satisfaction and minimal churn.
- Patton’s SmartNode CPE devices include a broad range of VoIP Gateways, Edge Routers, Integrated Access Devices and eSBCs performing network and service demarcation/borders and edge services.
- Seamless transitions on the subscriber side are addressed by providing on-premise integration with existing phone systems and legacy devices.
- Customer objections about mission critical voice services and next generation services are addressed with PSTN failovers, multi-WAN trunk survivability, network function virtualization and IoT service readiness.
- SmartNodes together with the Patton Cloud lets Service Providers easily deploy, provision, manage, monitor, secure, alert, troubleshoot, analyze, optimize and re-purposes CPE devices; All while giving business customers control to manage the All-IP transition on-premise in phases.
Patton and Lydis: Subscribers in the Netherlands Who Depend on ISDN Trunks Need Not Fear the End of ISDN ServicesAll kinds of ISDN-dependent voice-integrated systems are installed in the Netherlands. The PBX platforms deliver Telephony, Security, Intercoms, Paging, and Emergency Notification. Those systems can’t just be forklift upgraded to all IP just because ISDN trunks are End-of-Life in the Netherlands.
SmartNode eSBCs seamlessly integrate Microsoft Teams with Voice Trunks and STARFACE PBX Telephony ServicesMicrosoft Teams, including the Phone System application, rely on external telephony services– such On-Premise or cloud-based PBX systems and SIP Trunks– to connect and deliver telephone services to the Teams application.
Vodafone: A Phased, Zero-Touch Migration Strategy from ISDN to All-IP VoiceUsing Patton eSBC devices, Vodafone Next Generation Services (VNGS) devised a transition strategy enabling existing on-net and off-net subscribers of Vodafone NZ to migrate at a controlled pace from ISDN to SIP Trunking with automated provisioning and minimal service disruption.
Trunk Line Migration When Deploying 3CX On-premise as a PBX ReplacementWhen you choose to “break free” and install a Windows-based PBX from 3CX, how do you deal with Trunk lines, Fax machines, and Intercoms?
Addressing the Challenges of NBN Migration & Converged Telephony/UC/UCaaS in AustraliaMoving subscribers from TDM to SIP Trunking or UCaaS over the NBN poses significant challenges to providers. Cost, complexity, interoperability, service porting, and user-experience are the key barriers to migration.
Delivering BroadCloud UCaaS Profitably and Efficiently with the Patton CloudDelivering BroadCloud services profitably means Service Providers must address customer needs with efficient CAPEX and OPEX by controlling service quality, security, reliability, manageability, maintainability, and interoperability at the Edge.
Delivering SIP Trunks Using BroadSoft (now Cisco) Profitably & Efficiently with the Patton CloudWhether via BroadWorks or BroadCloud, delivering SIP Trunks profitably means Service Providers must achieve efficient CAPEX and OPEX by controlling service quality, security, reliability, manageability, maintainability, and interoperability at the Edge.Related Solutions
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