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Current professional articles, brochures and fact sheets

Read more about the switch to All IP: articles in professional and public media, brochures and fact sheets with lots of interesting information on the topic.




Current


Media Breakfast, 27 April 2017 


Starting 2018, full region-wise transition to IP

In 2018 full transition to IP will be launched in the first four major regions: Solothurn/Biel/Jura, Schaffhausen/Winterthur/Frauenfeld, Balsthal/Olten/Aargau and Rapperswil/Jona/Glarus. At the Media Breakfast on 27 April Swisscom provided detailed information on current progress and the upcoming road map.



Frequently asked questions, April 2017 


Frequently asked questions about All IP

In the future, the telephone signal will use the same technology as the Internet. The switch, although scarcely noticeable, brings customers considerable benefits. Like the Callfilter for advertising calls, for instance. Here are the answers to the 15 most frequently asked questions of our customers.





Fact sheets


Fact sheet, July 2017


Switch to All IP in nursing homes

From the start of 2018, all customer connections across Switzerland will be switched completely to IP region by region so that the decommissioning of the old network infrastructure can proceed. The conversion to All IP also affects the members of CURAVIVA Switzerland. It involves converting the institution’s telephone connections, as well as those of the residents.



Fact sheet, April 2017


Transition of communities to All IP

Communities are responsible for the most diverse communication remits and consequently operate many and vastly differing communication infrastructure installations. Communities must consider these installations in detail for the transition to All IP.



Fact sheet, April 2017


ISDN today and in the future with 2018 universal service

Swisscom advises all customers not to use ISDN telephones with the new landline-based IP telephony, and recommends that they switch instead directly to IP landline-based telephony in order to benefit from the advantages of IP telephony such as spam filters for unwanted calls, HD voice technology, name display, a personal list of blocked numbers, etc.