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Hunt Group Call Distribution

A hunt group is a group of extensions in which you can call that group, and the extensions will ring according to what programming you have set up. There are 2 main types of call distribution lists. Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) & Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) Uniform Call Distribution This is a hunt group where […]

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Direct Dial In Numbers (DDI)

Direct Dial numbers are numbers that can be directly routed to a specific extension number or service. As an example, the number 01282 479477 routes through to extension number 200 (Olly, Daniel) Alternatively, you don’t have to have the number route through to an extension. For instance you can have the number route through to […]

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Counterpath X-Lite SIP softphone

OllyCom use a product designed and provided by Counterpath to connect you to our VoiP based telephone systems, CounterPath provide a product suite that includes SIP-based softphones, server applications and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) solutions that enable service providers, enterprises and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) to cost-effectively integrate voice, video, presence and Instant Messaging (IM) […]

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Lifetime Warranty you say?!

Knowing you are covered for equipment failure is some what of a relief when it comes to business, so Yealink went ahead and put a Lifetime warranty on their phones. The Yealink range is supplied by OllyCom to connect to the “Hosted” telephone system and with the Lifetime warranty being in place you are covered […]

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Today’s Wireless Thoughts!

With the onslaught of new wireless advancements including 802.11ac/ad (http://www.samsung.com/uk/news/local/samsung-electronics-60ghz-wi-fi-technology-accelerates-data-transmission-by-five-times) I’m wondering how it’s all going to fit together.   One thought crossing my mind is a greater utilising of cell overlap. For example each classroom/area has a 60 GHz AP providing very high speed access. However 60 GHz (802.11ad) APs will likely be short […]

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More Frequency Vicar?

More Frequency Vicar?   Interesting to see that the FCC in America is reviewing wireless frequency allocation from 24GHz onwards. Perhaps Ofcom could do the same and freely open up some more spectrum that will allow the market to expand further and help overcome current wireless network shortcomings. In particular frequency usage saturation which is […]

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The Internet is Insecure! – ENCRYPT your DATA

We need to accept that the networks we transfer data on are vulnerable. A challenging request from Chancellor Merkel – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-26228176 who suggests we control the data entering and leaving Europe’s internetworks. A better approach would be to encrypt your data packets. If intercepted no one can look inside and is therefore useless to the […]

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