Build a WiFi Voice Network with Grandstream Solutions

Posted by Phil Bowers, Senior Marketing Manager on Jun 19, 2018

Over the last couple of months I have been having a lot of conversations about WiFi voice. WiFi voice is not only a big current focus for us, but it has also become a notable buzzword within the VoIP and UC space. Many businesses, especially enterprises, have begun to build truly wireless offices complete with entirely wireless communication networks. The topic even came up in a Podcast I did a few weeks ago with Telecom Reseller. Whatever you may think about WiFi voice, it is poised to take over the market sooner than later.


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Topics: VoIP, WiFi, QoS, VoIP trends, WiFi Phone, WiFi voice network, WiFi voice, WiFi IP Phone, WiFi APs, WiFi Acess Points, Voice network, business voice, WiFi Voice Enterprise, PMK caching, OKC WiFi

Must-Have Software Integrations to Make the Most of Your IP Phone System

The way we communicate and go about our daily lives are becoming exceedingly interconnected. Right now, you could be reading this blog post on a device that sends an email, shoots off an instant message, or initiates phone calls. A recent Syntonic 1 survey reported that 64% of workers use their smart devices to accomplish business tasks. A desktop phone is a valuable instrument for communication, and we have developed the tools to integrate it with other devices to help you stay as efficient as possible.
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Topics: GXP Phones, BYOD, IP communications, VoIP mobile, VoIP trends, smart office, SIP endpoints, VoIP endpoints, mobile device integration

Everything You Need to Know About a Wireless Mesh Network

en español

The idea is simple- mesh means that various mesh nodes help spread a network connection across a large area by “talking” to each other and forming a connection. Essentially, a wireless mesh network is an alternative to the traditional WiFi solution that uses access points and wired links to create a network. In scenarios where having a wired network connection is not possible either due to environmental restrictions or resources, having a solution that supports wireless mesh technology is important.

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Topics: GWN, Access Points, mesh, topology

The Internet-of-things is Driving the Future of SIP Endpoints

Posted by Phil Bowers, Senior Marketing Manager on May 15, 2018

en español

Like any technology, VoIP requires constant innovation and adaptation in order to keep up with the always-changing way we live and work. Over the past decade, VoIP has shifted from being a voice protocol to the powerful unified communications engine that is today. The future of VoIP, and more specifically VoIP endpoints, will require continued evolution and adaptation. With the ability to communicate from almost any device, how do manufacturers ensure VoIP endpoints continue to be relevant?


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Topics: VoIP, IP PBX, CRM, VoIP trends, IoT, smart office, internet of things, SIP endpoints, VoIP endpoints, future of SIP, future of VoIP, IP phones, SIP, VoIP messaging, property management systems, security and facility access, SIP messaging, IP security, mobile device integration

Integrating Facility Access Solutions with the GDS3710 IP Video Door System

Posted by Dorothy Murach, Marketing Manager on May 8, 2018

en español

If you’re familiar with Grandstream, you know we’re not just a hardware provider, we’re also a solutions provider. Whether its IP communication solutions, networking, surveillance or a total Unified Communications suite, we’re here to provide comprehensive solutions that integrate technologies across a wide variety of business needs. It is in this mindset that we created the GDS3710 IP Video Door System. Let’s dive into how users can integrate a GDS into a greater facility access and surveillance solution.

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Topics: Product Integration, IP Surveillance, Facility Access

Examining the Future of the Smart Office

Posted by Phil Bowers, Senior Marketing Manager on May 1, 2018

en español

Smart homes are the buzz over the past few years. Some of the largest consumer-focused brands in the world, including Google and Amazon, are making the smart home mainstream through easy-to-use and affordable solutions. Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s Assistant, Nest’s connected home devices and even the Ring Video Door Bell link together lighting, temperature control, security and home appliances to allow us to be more productive, comfortable, and safer in our homes – while also saving money.

We are beginning to see what the future of the home will look like, but what will the future of the office look like?



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Topics: Video Conferencing, collaboration, IoT, smart office, internet of things

Best Practices and Tips to Increase Security in VoIP Networks

en español

Let’s face it, security in VoIP is a top concern, especially when multiple locations and users are connected under the same network— if something goes wrong, that means your entire system and everyone in it is affected. Thankfully, with the right security practices, keeping your VoIP network safe and protected doesn’t have to be messy. Today, I am going to list the most effective ways to keep your VoIP network secured and how you can apply these best practices to your own communication hub.

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Topics: VoIP, Security, Best Practices, tips, voip network

Engineer Q&A Session: Your Grandstream Firmware Update

en español

In today’s environment of consistent innovation, firmware updates are a way to keep our devices up-to-date and running efficiently. Bug fixes, user interface improvements, security fixes, and feature enhancements consistently roll out to just about any device that is connected to the internet, and Grandstream’s line of communication and networking solutions are no different.

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Topics: IP PBX, GXP Phones, Firmware

On-Premise vs. Hosted IP PBX- Which One is Right for You?

Posted by Dorothy Murach, Marketing Manager on Apr 10, 2018

en español

The on-premise vs. hosted IP PBX battle continues, which to choose? Each IP PBX option comes with its own characteristics and benefits, and the key is to determine which works best for your business’s unique needs. While it may seem that everything is moving to the Cloud, hosted IP PBX options are not right for everyone. I’ll help you navigate through the details of each to see which IP PBX is the right choice for you.

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Topics: Unified Communications, IP PBX

Determining Bandwidth Needs in your Business Network

 
Think about all of the devices that use the internet in your business. Printers, VoIP phones, smart phones, computers and many other devices each require an internet connection, but how much bandwidth does a business need all together? Although it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out, taking the time to break down network needs can make it much easier to conceptualize. Use the steps below to calculate your network bandwidth requirements in order to avoid frustratingly slow internet speeds that zap away your business’s productivity.
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Topics: Networking, Business

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