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16 Apr: September is approaching fast for ISDN shutdown

As previously indicated, from 30 September 2019, telecommunications providers will commence removing the ISDN that has been part the backbone of Australia’s traditional voice services network. Despite this being a major event – as major as the introduction of ISDN over 30 years ago – not may people are taking about it and the potential impact it will have on many businesses. The ISDN, or Integrated Services Digital Network, runs over the copper infrastructure that…

Twinning

11 Mar: The Avaya IP Office can do what? – Twinning

The Avaya IP Office can do what? – Twinning The Avaya IP Office phone system has a multitude of features to make day to day call handling easier. The feature for discussion today is Twinning. Since many people spend time out of the office, how do you ensure your callers can get hold of you when you are not at your desk phone? It is possible to activate a call forward on your phone if…

phone cut

19 Feb: Help, I’ve got no lines

Have you missed the notification of the NBN copper cutoff? Assuming that something hasn’t happened to the external network and NBN is available in your area, it may be that the 18 month grace period between NBN availability and the disconnection of PSTN legacy services has occurred. In the case of special services like ISDN and high speed data, the grace period is 36 months. The term “copper cutoff” was originally applied to areas that…

Franking Machine

05 Feb: Franking machines and the NBN

As you probably know already, NBN is enforcing lots of changes to business equipment because the analogue lines that they use will no longer be there so alternatives have to be found. When moving to the NBN, the following business equipment needs to be assessed for compatibility: lift phones, EFTPOS & HiCAPS machines, security systems and phone systems. Another one that needs to be added to the list is Franking Machines. If they are not…

Yealink W60B & CP930W

18 Dec: Yealink CP930W wireless DECT conference phone

Yeastar has released their first wireless conference phone, the CP930W. Yealink Wireless DECT Conference Phone CP930W is designed for small-to-medium meeting rooms and huddle rooms. The CP930W delivers up to 24 hours of talk time, 15 days of standby, less than 4 hour recharge time and first-rate audio quality Noise Proof technology. In addition to DECT, connectivity via Bluetooth allows the CP930W to connect to mobile phone or PC and become the mic and/or speaker…