BT is switching off ISDN in 2025

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If you use an ISDN services for your telephony - and it's the usual way of connecting an office switchboard or PBX to your telephone company - you will need to replace it well before then. Support for ISDN is already in fast decline as engineers move to the new technologies and ma

FREEPBX - New tool to assist converting from SIP to PJSIP

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FreePBX has two options for setting up SIP connectivity, chan_sip and chan_pjsip. But, this won’t always be the case as Asterisk and FreePBX move closer to removal of chan_sip. On the Asterisk front, chan_sip has already been marked as deprecated within the latest release. This

Telecommunications Cybercrime

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Telecommunications Cybercrime: The Five Ws ITSPA has launched an educational animated video on the subject of telecommunications cybercrime. The video ‘Telecommunications Cybercrime: The Five Ws’ provides an overview of the anatomy of a typical instance of telephony fraud and

Cisco SPA5xx End of Sale and End of Life Announcement

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OVERVIEW EOL13284 Cisco has announced the end-of-sale and end-of-life dates for the Cisco SPA5xx Series IP Phones. The last day to order the affected product(s) is June 1, 2020. Customers with active service contracts will continue to receive support from the Cisco Technical Ass

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Voipfone Issue a Potential Malware Warning

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2017 ITSPA Awards Winners Announced

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The winners of the 9th annual ITSPA Awards, have just been announced. The Awards, which celebrate innovation and best practice across the next generations industry, were held at the Tower of London. The awards were presented across nine categories, reflecting the range and scope o

Sipgate's UK Residential Service scheduled to close on 31/12/2014

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Looks like it's the end of the road for sipgate's basic residential service, no more free landline numbers. Was fun while it lasted! :thumbsdown: If you already have a sipgate basic residential account you can continue to log in and use it as normal - Well, for now at least. EDIT: As

An Introduction to OBIHAI Ft. Mark Williams

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Check out this interesting video... Offers an introduction to OBIHAI, product unveiling and answers some of our many questions.

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