The transition from the conventional fixed network technology to the new IP (Internet protocol)-based system landscape is a global trend. At the end of 2017, conventional fixed-network telephone communications will be replaced by All IP. All fixed-network services (telephony, TV, mobile telephony and Internet) will then run via IP technology and therefore via the same network. This step will smooth the path into a new era of communications, making it possible to communicate and collaborate with any device at any time and without boundaries.
Over the years, IT structures continuously grow, and thus become more complex. The switch to ALL IP will reduce the number of technologies used, which not only makes new services possible but also simplifies and accelerates their implementation and operation. You have better cost transparency and control because the costs are calculated per workstation.
All IP forms the basis for modern tools relating to communications and collaboration within the company and with external partners. More simple workflows, clear structures and mobile access to company data ensure increased productivity and efficiency.
All IP allows you to work anywhere, on all devices. Using IP technology,
The changeover to All IP involves certain challenges. Especially when it comes to networking several sites and buildings with several telephone systems.
The following diagram shows you how to make the changeover to All IP as efficient as possible: