Technical

Hosted PBX 3.2 moving into Alpha testing next week

We are excited to be wrapping up feature development for 3.2. There is still a lot of testing and work to be done before this version makes it to public release, but there are a lot of exciting new features in here. Display parking lot number on call status page Improved Parking Lot system Integrated one-touch call recording Barge method for call monitoring Add support for Polycom SoundStati...
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Chat Service added to Hosted PBX 3.2

Greetings, As I mentioned in my previous blog post about 3.2, one of the new features that we wanted to add to version 3.2 of the Hosted PBX was a corporate chat service. I am pleased to announce that the implementation of this service has been completed, so we will definately be bringing this new option to our customers with our next major release. If your company is already using AIM, IRC ...
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QoS: Panacea or Snake Oil ?

IT and Telecom professionals have long been infatuated with the concept commonly referred to as QoS (which stands for Quality of Service). Of course ensuring that Voice over IP meets high voice quality requirements is a key concern when it comes to designing networks. New QoS protocols: Differentiated Services (DiffServ), the Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) and the once almost forgotten Resource...
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Hosted PBX 3.2 under development

Greetings, DLS Hosted PBX users!  We have so many features that we just can't wait to add to the PBX.  Version 3.2 is currently under development and I will be able to keep everyone up to date with our progress on this blog. Here are some of the new features already completed: Display parking slot number on status screen for parked calls Custom parking lots for outbound calls Call monitor bar...
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Welcome to our VoIP blog!

Hello, My name is Sam Rozenfeld and I am a CEO of the DLS Internet. The purpose of this VoIP blog is to establish two-way communications between people who design, install and engineer DLS Hosted PBX solutions on one side and people who use it or may be using it in the future. In this blog we are also looking to address news, express thoughts, provide analysis and provoce opinions concerning tele...
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