Simplify IPT Deployments: Reuse Existing Voice Infrastructure

Presented by

Steven Fair; Executive Vice President at Phybridge Inc.

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In today’s business climate, the conversion from TDM to IP telephony comes with expensive infrastructure upgrades to ready the network to handle IP phones. These disruptive changes add considerable cost and complexity to business cases and often detract from the real value of the Unified Communications. Quickly costs can escalate and the true value of the applications are left bearing the brunt of the data and voice upgrades often leading to cancelled projects. Until now, Phybridge has introduced a revolutionary product that allows users to deploy IP phones on the existing Telco wiring. The Phybridge Uniphyer provides both signalling and POE over a single twisted pair. This non disruptive plug and play solution offers many economic and operational benefits including shorter deployment cycles, reduced per user costing, hybrid environments allowing digital and IP on same telco wiring schema as well as being switch agnostic. Come learn how to simply and risk free deploy IP phones in an elegant migration strategy. Now customer needs can dictate movement to valuable UC applications and not be hampered by extraneous infrastructure costs and limitations. This separate yet converged solution, offers Quality of Service through the point to point topology of the existing voice system reducing the need for complex VLANs and other network accommodations. Deployment times can be reduced by over 80% with this plug and play methodology due to its simple yet effective design.

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