Tag: tdm

Modern Media, Unified communications

4 Reasons to Ditch Your POTS Service Before it Disappears

February 9, 2022

Via: No Jitter

I first recall hearing that the telecom carriers were setting timelines for decommissioning their copper infrastructure and no longer providing time-division multiplexing (TDM) services like plain old telephone service (POTS) lines, T1s, and primary rate interface (PRI) circuits in 2014. […]

Modern Media, Unified communications

Voice Technology Triumphs Telephony: Here’s Why

June 8, 2021

Via: No Jitter

For the longest time, those of us in the communications technology space have equated voice technology with telephony. This was certainly the case before the AT&T breakup of the Bell system in 1984 and continued for another 20 years until […]

Networks & Systems

Verizon kicks off Intelligent Edge Network with automation from Infinera

May 6, 2019

Via: Fierce Telecom News

Verizon is leveraging new automation technology from Infinera as one of the first steps toward building out its Intelligent Edge Network (IEN). Verizon first announced its IEN two years ago as a means to move away from its TDM networking […]


FCC Takes Stance on Broadband Wireless Spectrum and TDM Voice Transition

July 19, 2016

Via: Telecom Engine

New rules will enable rapid development and deployment of next generation 5G technologies and services The FCC today adopted new rules for wireless broadband operations in frequencies above 24 GHz, making the United States the first country in the world […]