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We are very happy to announce that we are now selling the Yealink T40 series of handsets. These fully featured IP handsets combine seamlessly with our Yeastar MyPBX Phone Systems.
We will run a series of features on these handsets over the coming months. Mean while enjoy a few photos below.
If you have any questions or need a new Phone System please CLICK HERE.
SHDSL ( Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line) and a broadband connection delivered over multiple copper pairs or Fibre that provides symmetric bandwidth bit upstream and downstream. A standard ADSL Internet that most business use is Asymmetric in that it usually has a faster download speed and slower upload speeds. SHDSL has the same upload speed as download speed ...eg 20mbps/20mbps.
Speeds currently available over copper or fibre are up to 100mb/100mb on AAPT network, 10Mb/10mb on Telstra SHDSL and 20mb/20Mb on Soul EFM network.
Soon a 400mbps/400Mbps fibre product will be available for most capital cities.
Tye Contention ratio is the number is users on the service. A 1:1 is a dedicated service with no other users while a 1:4 may have up to 4 users on the service. a Dedicated 1:1 connection will have a better quality of service in most cases as no other users are sharing the service.
As business move applications to the cloud they are finding the ADSL upload speeds are not adequate. If moving services to the cloud SHDSL is more commonly used for Web and Email server hosting, Video Conferencing, Large data file transfers, Corporate LAN to LAN connections such as Virtual Private Networks (VPN) and where multiple remote users require access. Once a SHDSL connection is in place it often allows a business to review telephony and move ISDN and PSTN services to Hosted PBX or SIP Trunks.
Only if you have an ADSL router as a Ethernet WAN Port. other wise you will need to purchase and Ethernet router.
SHDSL is not like ADSL in that it is run over a shared phone lines so now it cat be used for Voice Directly. However you can use Hosted PBX, SIP Trunks or a VoIP Phone System over a SHDSL data connection.
This article further reinforces the point in regards to the NBN Copper cut off.
Parts of Blacktown NSW are fast approaching the NBN copper cut off on the 15th of May 2015.
Most areas highlighted in purple on the Map below are scheduled to have copper cut off come into effect from 15 may 2015.
To talk to an Australian based professional call Telaustralia 1300783528 or click the button below for a fast call back.
The NBN rollout Maps are indicating that the Stage 1 Roll Out for Mount Eliza (3MTE-01) is on track for September 2015 ready for service date. Ready for Service (RFS) means that customers can start to connect and use NBN services. No date as yet for the area outside of stage 1 (3MTE-02).
So what does it mean for business owners? Well aside from the obvious very fast internet, it will mean business owners will need to review how their Eftpos, Alarm, Fax and Phone lines work. If business owners would like help planning the transition to NBN including Phone, Fax, Alarm, Internet and PBX Phone System click the button and speak to an Australian Based professional.
This infographic explains the differences between SHDSL and ADSL. Click the infographic to talk to a SHDSL expert.
TELSTRA DOT - MISSING BASIC FEATURES?
Previously we have covered the finances of using a Telstra DOT vs one of our Hosted PBX Options. Telstra DOT not good value
We were quoting a job this week when the client set us through an email from the local Telstra Business Centre . It went on to detail why DOT was not really very good, including that DOT is missing a range of basic features that realistically mean there's not much point in having a DOT phone system at all. Here's an extract...
All of the features are standard on most other providers Hosted PBX Systems. Our systems come standard with the following features plus many more....
This highlights again, the many reasons why SMEs should be looking at alternatives to Telstra DOT.
We are pleased to announce Telaustralia is now offering NBN Ready Phone systems from Yeastar combined with Yealink and Escene Handsets. The new systems offer a very affordable Phone System for business needing up to 100 Handsets and 100 Simultaneous calls.
For example we can do a NBN Ready 4 handset system with Voicemail, Music on Hold, Built in Auto Attendant for under $1000 hardware cost. At added cost the System can also take PSN or ISDN lines. PSTN can have up to 4 lines while ISDN can have up to have up 8 lines to allow you to run the system over existing technology in advance of the NBN being available in your area.
The system comes with a full range of Modern Phone System features.
Start here by Clicking the image for your fast quote!
While we are all waiting on NBN Co to release their business products, one question keeps coming up. What will happen with ISDN 102030 services when the copper is pulled up?
We think not much at all!
At the moment the majority of ISDN 102030 connections are delivered over a 2mbps/2mbps synchronous data connection and this will deliver up to 30 Channels. ISDN 2 Services are usually delivered over a 128kbps/128kbps connection on 2 copper pairs.
The ISDN Network Termination Unit is effectively a modem for the service with typically a Ethernet handover for ISDN 102030.
So making the leap to having a synchronous data connection over the NBN and utilizing it for an ISDN service, doesn't take much imagination. It may only require a change of NTU and some routing of the data service back to a Telstra or Optus exchange where the ISDN service is centered.
In the mean time its fairly safe to say that ISDN isn't going any where and at this point appears to have a fairly long future. The only risk we foresee is that ISDN channel rental is about 3 times higher than SIP trunks but SIP trunks don't have all of the functionality ad features of ISDN.
If you would like to discuss a ISDN Primary Rate or Basic rate connection please click the button below.
Our observations are the main reasons for going to Hosted PBX are lower purchase price, cheaper running costs and additional phone systems features such as the ability to seamlessly transfer calls to other sites. A emerging trend is clients in areas where the NBN roll out has commenced who want a Phone System that can run over an ADSL connection but is also NBN compatible.
Our experience in Australia is that due to the state of the copper network, the out comes running over an ADSL connection can vary dramatically. NBN and SHDSL Business Grade Internet connections in comparison, rarely have an issue. Running Hosted PBX over an ADSL on the other hand, can be effected by packet loss, drop outs and contention.
This is why we thoroughly test an ADSL connection where possible before proceeding with a Hosted PBX installation. It is not uncommon for us to say to a prospective client that due to distance from the exchange, ADSL speed or line quality, we don't recommend a Hosted PBX for this particular site. In these cases we usually recommend the client install a traditional PBX using PSTN or ISDN but equipped ready for VoIP phone lines or SIP Trunks when the NBN reaches the site.
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