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2nd October 2002 at 21:41 #22172PabloGuest
Does anybody know what companies offer the best VoIP solutions around?? Please give me ideas.3rd October 2002 at 10:26 #22173TomGuest
What are you looking for?3rd October 2002 at 17:36 #22174Edmund SongGuest7th October 2002 at 11:24 #22175DaveGuest
Not sure what it is you want to do, but if you look at Quintum they are the best to handle prepaid calling card IVR services, wholesale traffic and for the Enterprise market.8th October 2002 at 18:14 #22176chrisGuest
check out ipdeliver.com8th October 2002 at 21:03 #22177SpiritGuest
I examined the various equipment (Dialogic, VocalTec, Samsung etc.) Have come to a unequivocal conclusion – the best decisions offers Cisco Systems9th October 2002 at 13:43 #22178NikolaGuest
For small companies,The best price/performance is iEnsemble form FlashlineVive 4 and 8 analogue ports.
H323 compatible and works fine with all others “Big” vendors. Voice qualiti is same as you can have for 10xUSD. Equipment include GW+GK+PABX functions, and for afforidable price you can have Billing solution (prepai and postpaid).
Good luck for startup22nd October 2002 at 15:53 #22179FranGuest
What about Quintum ? What would be the comparison between iEnsemble and Quintum 4-8 port Gateways ?
What is the advantage of either ? anyone ?
Fran25th October 2002 at 14:34 #22180SatGuest
I would prefer Quintum Tenor 400 / 800 gateways.
Does a good job.25th October 2002 at 16:19 #22181RachaelGuest
I used Blue Lava in England for a Quintum Cisco Welltech installation. Everyting runs on H.323 – we even have NetMeeting interfacing as well. http://www.blue-lava.co.uk25th October 2002 at 21:22 #22182James WilsonGuest
Cisco all the way! We run AVVID IP phones on public IP for SME. For inbound and outbound Call Centers will use IAD 2421, 5350, 5800. Tried Clarent and VocalTec – a few years ago. Cisco is the only place to be.4th November 2002 at 14:53 #22183Russell BurnettGuest
How does Cisco compare to Avaya. Also since the cisco call mgr runs in a windows environment how secure and stable is it ?4th November 2002 at 20:27 #22184VoipmanGuest
Check out IP blue. They have some very good VOIP solutions.They have a H.323 client and a Client that emulates Cisco 7960. This is very useful for mobile workers who may want to VPN into their workplace and still make calls.5th November 2002 at 15:06 #22185Sasa NoweGuest
Try PortaBilling, it’s as good as Mind, but faster and cheaper. Works with both Cisco and Quintum.