Since the mid 90s, the introduction of VoIP service and PSTN technology has revolutionized how businesses communicate. As a free, easy-to-use telephony solution, VoIP service makes voice calling anywhere in the world inexpensive and more effective than traditional telephone calling.
Like any innovative technology’s first years, a few annoyances still haunt these new internet-based platforms. Echo can make a call unbearable. Delay can breakdown a conversation completely.
Cyclix’s VoIP solution-focused engineering has overcome these problems, advancing VoIP and PSTN capabilities to meet the needs of the 21st century’s business. Using a fault tolerant, high transaction SIP network called the Cyclix N-Plus Architecture, Cyclix improves the overall potential and benefit of VoIP-based voice and multimedia communications.
Click below to read more about how VoIP and PSTN work, their history, and how Cyclix’s groundbreaking technical business telephone services can help take today’s web-based telephony into a brighter, more effective and accessible future.
Peter Sandstrom, Chief Technology Officer, Cyclix - February 17, 2011
- Comments and Observations on Bruce McLeod's "SIP Trunking for Cable Business Voice Opportunities"
Peter Sandstrom, Chief Technology Officer, Cyclix - August 27, 2010
- VoIP Advantages for the Contact Center
Peter Sandstrom, Chief Technology Officer, Cyclix - Sept. 2, 2009
- The Resilient VoIP Enterprise: True Voice Resiliency for the Enterprise
Peter Sandstrom, Chief Technology Officer, Cyclix - March 31, 2009
- Cyclix’s Global Number Services: True Local Number Portability, True Local Access Competition - Business Telephone Numbers with No Geographic Ties
Peter Sandstrom, Chief Technology Officer, Cyclix - Jan. 2, 2009
- The Many Flavors of SIP Trunking
Joel Maloff, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Cyclix - Oct. 14, 2008
- The Cyclix N-Plus Architecture: A Fault Tolerant High Transaction SIP Network
Peter Sandstrom, Chief Technology Officer, Cyclix
- A Flawless VoIP Call - Peter Sandstrom, CTO, June 2006
Peter Sandstrom, Chief Technology Officer, Cyclix - June 2006