More and more people are working in small offices or at home. With a choice of ISDN2e or ISDN30/30e you can enjoy exceptional line quality and fast and error free data transfer.
The decision between using the Analogue Lines and ISDN2 does not just come down to cost. By using ISDN2, new features can be introduced into your company's telephone system and enabling use of additional applications, which will empower your business to grow and take up any innovative opportunities offered by your customers and suppliers. Your company will take a further step from the analogue to the digital age.
An Analogue line can be converted to a Basic Rate ISDN2 (BRI) line with two channels, or a new line can be installed. To use a stand-alone computer for ISDN2 you need an internal or external "Terminal Adapter" which is similar to a computer modem. For a local area network (LAN), you need a router and/or an ISDN PBX or similar device. For computer telephony applications, an ISDN PBX with a computer interface is essential.
If you wish, you can have separate phone numbers for telephones or other devices connected to your circuit. If you use a switch/PBX, you can have a number of Direct Dial-In (DDI) numbers.
If your business employs over 100 people or typically spends over £20,000 a year on calls, then ISDN 30 solution is ideal for your needs. Using the C&WW next-generation network to deliver a digital ISDN30 link directly into your business, it offers a high level of quality and resilience so that your vital services will always provide the performance you need. ISDN30 is simple to implement – there’s usually no need to change your existing phone numbers and pricing plans are flexible depending on your requirements, with industry-leading tariffs.
For ISDN 30, there's a choice of options to cover your lines should they ever be disrupted. We can re-route circuits and calls to various locations, meaning your business isn't affected.
You can also have an unlimited number of DDI numbers, allowing frequent callers to get straight through to the person they wish to contact, without passing through a switchboard.
Well its been just over a year since Nokia got into bed with Microsoft and produced the first Nokia/Windows phones. 12 months later, and lessons learned, Nokia have released 2 new Lumia’s based in Windows 8, the Lumia 820 and 920.
Based on the same Windows 8 operating system that runs on your desktop, the Nokia Lumia 820 is the second of Nokia’s two new Windows phones. It’s the neglected sibling of the flagship Lumia 920, and is barely mentioned in Nokia’s presentations. But why?