Why is it important for you to migrate your services to NBN Compliance sooner than later.
Copper Based services such as ISDN/PSTN is end-of-life due to its non compliance with NBN and will be disconnected when NBN rolls out in your area
If you don’t plan your migration carefully and start today, you may suffer a loss of business due to data congestion, voice call drop-outs and voice quality problems.
Data Mobility Voice can help you avoid the headaches in migrating your business ISDN services to become NBN Compliant.
While businesses using these ISDN products can expect plenty of early warning leading up to the exit, the clock is definitely ticking for companies relying on ISDN to find an alternative solution.
Thankfully, a NBN Compliant solution known as SIP Telephone Services (SIP trunks) exists that is more scalable, flexible and widely available through the NBN Network.
What I need to do?
- If you have an ISDN connection we will assist you in transitioning your services to NBN.
- By being proactive now you will avoid the delay in getting onto the new voice platform.
- By working with Data Mobility Voice, you can be assured that the transition will be smooth and as many of our clients have discovered, benefit from feature rich voice services at a discounted price point.
The top 4 benefits of moving to NBN Compliance
NBN is deployed across a business’s incoming data service. Meaning that provided the bandwidth exists to handle the traffic, channels can be dynamically added or subtracted as they are required.
NBN Compliance based service numbers are software based, which has the benefit of helping to lower the cost of the service. However, the main benefit is derived from the fact that the phone numbers are not tied to physical locations. This means that calls to SIP numbers can be diverted incredibly easily to other locations and provide a higher level of business continuity.
Because NBN can be delivered across high bandwidth connections (such as Fibre, EFM and EoC) higher levels of vocal quality can be delivered from end to end. This means that customers can make and receive HD quality voice calls, assuming of course their hand sets are compatible.
The bottom line is what it often comes down to for businesses, and for the reasons outlined above NBN Compliance almost always wins out over ISDN. With a NBN Compliance deployment the call remains within the business’s network and is therefore able to avoid the charges for call handoffs by their telecommunications provider.
There are several options to migrate your services to NBN which will depend on your location, your current telecommunications provider and the suppliers of your current information technology and telephonic equipment
Consider the following questions:
Do you know which equipment is using your phone lines to operate?
You will be surprised just how many services rely on existing telephone lines, such as fire alarms, medical alarms and security services
Do you know which devices are likely to experience compatibility issues?
For those services which require an upgrade, what is your strategy? We can help you assess if you need to replace your existing equipment or if you can use other solutions such as wireless.
For each of your facilities, do you know when the NBN rollout and subsequent migration needs to occur?
NBN will likely reach your sites at different times and different aspects of the migration need to take place in sequence. By drawing upon our deep telecommunications and technology integration experience, we are in a unique position to offer expert advice on the transition of your existing service to NBN.