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ISPreview Study Finds People in the UK Only Keep a Phone Line for Home Broadband

London, United Kingdom, April 25, 2018 –(PR.com)– Would you give up your fixed phone line service if it wasn’t still needed for internet access? A new survey of 1,900 ISPreview.co.uk readers (conducted between 2nd March and 19th April 2018), which is a broadband focused consumer news and ISP comparison site for the United Kingdom, found that only 14.5% still use a landline phone service for making most of their calls and 67% would scrap it if the line wasn’t still needed by most ISPs for internet access.

Which do you use for making most of your phone (voice) calls?

Mobile – 77%
Landline Phone – 14.5%
VoIP – 8.5%

Would you get rid of your fixed line phone service if it wasn’t needed for broadband?

Yes – 67%
Maybe – 13%
No – 11%
I already have! – 8%

ISPreview asked the same question (‘which do you use most for making voice calls?’) in 2013 and back then some 62% picked Mobile, followed by 30% for landline phone and just 6.6% chose VoIP. The results suggest that Mobile has continued to grow in popularity, while desire for landline phone services has declined.

The survey also suggested that future 5G Mobile services may technically be good enough to replace fixed line broadband and indeed many modern 4G operators can already offer faster data speeds than a lot older fixed line networks (location dependent). However 48% felt as if the limited data allowances of existing 4G plans were still the main obstacle to such a change.

Future 5G Mobile services may be good enough to replace fixed line broadband. Which aspects of service prevent 4G from doing this today?

Data allowances – 48%
Price – 18%
Service speeds – 13%
Unsure – 10%
Other – 7%
Other traffic limits – 3%

Mark Jackson, ISPreview.co.uk’s Editor-in-Chief, said: “The good news is that a growing number of ISPs, particularly cable, wireless and ‘full fibre’ (FTTH) providers, are now able to offer truly standalone home broadband connections (no phone). Meanwhile forthcoming solutions from national UK operator Openreach (BT) should enable the same possibility on traditional copper lines.

“The bad news is that anybody expecting to save money by purchasing a standalone broadband connection will be disappointed. In reality the cost of adding a voice (phone) component to an existing copper line is very small and ISPs may also need to recoup lost calling revenues from elsewhere. Put another way, simply cutting out the phone / voice side won’t make much of a difference to the overall price you pay for broadband.”

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ISPreview.co.uk
Mark Jackson
440163278234
Contact via Email
www.ispreview.co.uk

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Dialogic and TELES Collaboration Extends to Media Processing and UC Services

Berlin, Germany, April 25, 2018 –(PR.com)– Dialogic, a cloud-optimized virtualized infrastructure solutions provider for service providers, enterprises, and developers, has been selected by TELES as the media processing engine to support the TELES Voice Application Server and Cloud UC Services.

TELES Cloud UC Services is a versatile UCaaS platform that enables service providers to offer cloud-based communication solutions suitable for small- and medium-sized enterprises. TELES Cloud UC Services can also be used as a replacement or extension of existing PBX sytems, as well as a standard SIP trunking platform.

“The close relationship between TELES and Dialogic is built on years of excellent collaboration, and integrating Dialogic’s PowerMedia XMS into the TELES Cloud UC Services platform allows us to provide our customers with a video conferencing solution that meets the demands of a modern office day,” said Oliver Olbrich, Co-CEO at TELES.

Dialogic’s PowerMedia XMS is a highly scalable, software-only media server that enables standards-based, real-time multimedia communications solutions for IMS, MRF, enterprise, and WebRTC applications on premises or in the cloud. Built on 15+ years of software media processing experience, PowerMedia XMS is trusted by world-class service providers and large enterprises to power millions of rich media sessions.

“We are extremely pleased to further extend our relationship with TELES beyond our previous announcement at the virtual infrastructure layer and move up into the applications layer together,” said Bill Crank, President & CEO of Dialogic. “When both companies are investing and collaborating, you have the keys to a solid and growing relationship.”

“TELES has integrated Dialogic’s latest PowerMedia XMS 3.5 release to support video, conferencing, call recording, voicemail, IVR, and fax services into its Cloud UC Services and Voice Application Server,” noted Ant Martin, Group Vice President at Dialogic. “We released XMS 3.5 in October and it has seen rapid adoption by our partners and customers like TELES due to its unmatched enhancements and performance in the software media processing market.”

To learn more or to download an evaluation copy of XMS 3.5, visit the PowerMedia XMS’ product information page.

About Dialogic
Dialogic is a leading cloud-optimized solutions provider for real-time communications media, applications, and infrastructure to service providers and developers around the globe. Based in Parsippany, NJ with offices worldwide, Dialogic helps 48 of the world’s top 50 mobile operators, and nearly 1,000 application developers build and deploy on agile networks. Learn more about how Dialogic is enabling agility by following us on Twitter @Dialogic, and visiting www.dialogic.com and the Dialogic Blog for the latest industry news, trends and advice.

Dialogic and PowerMedia are registered trademarks of Dialogic Corporation or a subsidiary thereof (“Dialogic”). Other trademarks mentioned and/or marked herein belong to their respective owners.

About TELES
TELES AG has the decisive body of knowledge that has been developed with the many advances achieved in technology. TELES AG has consistently released numerous groundbreaking products for the telecommunication industry, with a focus especially on service providers and business customers. Whether these concern once the ISDN TELES.PC card or now the cloud based communications solutions – at TELES AG the overriding design and development aspiration is to facilitate a more open and especially user-friendly world of work. In more than 60 countries, TELES AG works together with more than 300 key customers and partners – with the opportunities for communication solutions that arise from this just as wide-ranging yet individual as the lives of the customers who then use these products.

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TELES AG Informationstechnologien
Ines Jana
+49 30 3992800
Contact via Email
www.teles.com

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OfficeSpace.com Integrates Rail Yard Telecom Concierge® to Help Tenants Make Informed Telecom Decisions for CRE Properties

Seattle, WA, April 24, 2018 –(PR.com)– OfficeSpace.com, a national commercial real estate (CRE) listing service that connects tenants and brokers, announced that it has integrated their search platform with Rail Yard’s Telecom Concierge®, a telecom aggregator that makes it easy for businesses to find and compare providers for internet, phone and other telecom services. Prospective tenants can now compare and receive competitive quotes from telecom services through Telecom Concierge® for any commercial property listing on OfficeSpace.com across 40 cities nationwide.

“Every business is looking for fast, reliable Internet service, and by opening our platform to OfficeSpace.com, we provide essential connectivity information so prospective tenants can better evaluate commercial properties while securing the right internet service at the very best price,” said Christopher Harman, Co-Founder and CEO of Rail Yard. “We are excited to partner with OfficeSpace.com, who is as committed as we are to providing tenants with relevant, comprehensive, and accurate commercial property data.”

With the integration of Telecom Concierge®, businesses in search of new space can view a wide variety of available telecom providers servicing the buildings they’re interested in while searching OfficeSpace.com’s extensive property database. OfficeSpace.com users can also compare service providers and request customized quotes in real-time.

“OfficeSpace.com is about making the leasing and move experience easier for tenants and brokers. For today’s enterprises, internet connectivity is essential and a prerequisite before a physical move. Employees would rather be without desks than be in a new office without internet. On the other hand, making the right economic and quality choice of providers is also important and our integration with Rail Yard provides both,” said Mark Ashida, CEO of OfficeSpace.com. “We are excited about this integration with Rail Yard and the value it provides for tenants and brokers.”

As one of the fastest growing CRE search platforms, OfficeSpace.com’s database coverage includes over 553,000 on-market listings and a total of 1.2 million listings across 50 states. Prospective tenants can search OfficeSpace.com’s free, open platform and connect with brokers at no cost for office, retail, industrial, flex and land listings.

In addition to integrating Rail Yard’s Tenant Concierge®, OfficeSpace.com has established numerous partnerships to ease the CRE search process for tenants and buyers, while facilitating more efficient connections for brokers. Earlier this month, OfficeSpace.com announced a partnership with Community Systems. OfficeSpace.com also launched syndication partnerships with Colliers International, Coldwell Banker Commercial via Realogy and with Apto, adding thousands of new listings to their database.

About OfficeSpace.com
OfficeSpace.com is the fastest growing online commercial real estate marketplace that connects tenants and brokers. With over 553,000 on-market listings nationwide, OfficeSpace.com provides lease and sale information for all commercial space types – including office, retail, industrial, flex, and land listings. OfficeSpace.com’s online property database is available to search for free and without any restrictions. Hundreds of thousands of unique users generate millions of building views on OfficeSpace.com every month. For more information, go to officespace.com.

About Rail Yard
Rail Yard is an online marketplace for telecom services, empowering businesses to comparison-shop for essential internet and other telecom services, confirmed to be available at their office location. To help customers make an informed choice, Rail Yard developed the Telecom Concierge®, which provides a simple way to input business needs, receive competitive quotes and objective guidance, and get the right services at the best price. For more information, go to railyard.com

Contact Information:
OfficeSpace.com
Jenica Rhee
206-686-4545
Contact via Email
https://www.officespace.com

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