AEQ Systel IP
System IP is a call-in system with multiconference capability that drastically reduces the costs for this type of communication. Further, it significantly improves the audio quality, increases the flexibility and integration with already existing telephone systems at the station. The investment required is very small and will be amortized very rapidly through simple saving of costs. Business telephone systems are rapidly migrating to VoIP technology, integrating IP switchboards, Asterisk or similar type distributed, or virtual, allowing access to new alternative telecommunication service providers. At the same time telephony or call-in systems for broadcast applications have so far been an isolated island with important operational costs and stagnant technology.
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