This White Paper from XOP Networks describes a proactive approach to handle communications during emergency situations. Using the proactive approach, all the appropriate first responders required to handle a given emergency can be brought together on a conference call, literally at a moment's notice, thereby allowing them to respond swiftly to the emergency situation at hand.
This White Paper from XOP Networks describes the XOP Network’s SMS based Instant Conferencing Application. The XOP Networks USN platform supports SMPP3.4 protocol forinterfacing with external SMSCs. This capability allows the USN to support both Mobile Originating (MO) and Mobile Terminating (MT) traffic. Therefore a subscriber can simply send a SMS text message to a short code assigned to the USN. The subject area of the SMS contains information about the people you want to have conference with.
This White Paper from XOP Networks compares the prevalent outsourcing approach for meeting a company's audio and web conferencing needs with an in-house approach. The ROI model clearly shows that an organization that routinely uses audio and web conferencing services as part of its business processes can save substantial sum of money by switching to an in house collaboration server. In addition to the monthly savings the company will benefit from improved employee productivity and reduced travel costs.
This XOP Networks White Paper describes how an enterprise can use SIP trunking to lower its monthly telephone bill and also introduce value added services via a SIP based applications platform. VoIP and SIP technology have come a long way from the early days of making cheap phone calls over the Internet. The true benefits of packet based networking are now in reach of most Enterprises.
This XOP Networks White Paper describes how conferencing is typically conducted today, how much it costs and how these costs can be minimized using the novel approach now available through XOP Networks. By using the bridge-to-bridge calling approach described above, US corporations that routinely use audio conferencing with their Indian counterparts can maximize their teleconferencing budget.
This XOP Networks White Paper provides a list of common use cases in different vertical markets. The simultaneous use of Audio and Web Conferencing is known as Digital Collaboration, mostly used to reduce unnecessary travel, improve employee productivity, and improve business efficiency.
This White Paper from XOP Networks examines the current methods that a typical HOA might use, their problem areas, suggests a unique solution, and how it would be implemented by a typical HOA Group subscribing to XOP Networks' Managed Announcement Service. By utilizing our Managed Announcement Service, the HOA's homeowners can be kept informed by phone on any neighborhood situation - quickly and reliably with minimal effort from the HOA's administration.
This White Paper from XOP Networks explains how to support Voicemail as you migrate your network from TDM to IP. The XOP Networks' Voice Mail Application (VMA) running on the Universal Service Node (USN) platform can answer all of these challenges, while reducing both CAPEX and OPEX for the operating companies.
This XOP Networks White Paper explains how to support Firebar/Emergency Conferencing as you migrate your network to a Next Generation Network (NGN). The XOP Networks' Universal Service Node (USN) with the Enhanced Firebar Application can answer all of these challenges, while reducing both CAPEX and OPEX for the operating companies.
This XOP Networks White Paper describes how Mission Critical Conferencing Equipment plays an important role in situations where decisions made could affect the lives of thousands of people. It is extremely important that such equipment be always available when needed. So far this need had been met by very expensive monolithic mission critical conference bridges that are TDM based.
This XOP Networks White Paper describes XOP Networks' JITC certified Audio Conference Bridge's use in conducting secure conference calls in military and secure commercial environments. Besides point to point secure calls, frequently there is need to have secure audio conference calls. That requires use of a Secure Audio Conference Bridge placed in a trusted environment.
This XOP Networks White Paper discusses the details of how a Spectel CS7000 can be successfully replaced with a XOP Networks' Universal Service Node (USN) that can support TDM and VoIP/SIP trunks, and provide the foundation for new services such as Web, Video, and Multimedia conferencing.
"By using XOP Audio and Web Collaboration Bridge, we save several thousands dollars each month."