The Impact of the ISDN BT Switch-Off
In 2015, BT announced that their Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) and Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) lines will be switched off by 2025.
PSTN is considered traditional telephony : it allows calls
to be made over copper and fiber telephone lines using analogue signaling. However, PSTN and ISDN are aging technologies, becoming harder to maintain.
In the last decade, broadband services have increased in reliability and quality and the PSTN has evolved to support this change to an almost completely digital network. As a consequence, traditional fixed line telephony using analogue services for calls have become obsolete.
Now, it’s all in the cloud. Cloud-based services eliminate the need for phone lines and provide the communications that supports your hybrid working.
The Benefits of moving to Cloud Communications
Supports cohesive communication
Implementing Cloud Communications eliminates issues surrounding integration, deployment and multi-vendor contracts as it provides a consolidated solution and the latest technology.
Read our White Paper on the ISDN Switch-Off
Download our white paper below to find out more on the impact on your business.
Get access to White Paper
Get access to our White Paper
Access our White Paper to learn about our Business insights