Perspectives on Working with AWS

Perspectives on Working with AWS

In delivering a cloud service, knowledge of the system’s infrastructure isn’t always apparent from the front end. But any engineer can tell you that lack of visibility doesn’t make it any less important.

As our partners and end-users know, fundamental to Wildix is our use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to power our cloud solutions. AWS shows up frequently in our branding for hosted services, and for good reason: we work closely with the company to ensure an ideal delivery of service.

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FXO vs. FXS: Differences for Telephony Setups

FXO vs. FXS: Differences for Telephony Setups
Analog telephony as a whole may be on its way out, but for numerous organizations, it’s still an important part of communications. For many, it’s so important that even when switching to a VoIP network, completely phasing out analog lines or devices simply isn’t an option. In those cases especially, it’s absolutely vital to understand FXO and FXS ports — in particular, the differences between them.

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Monsters of UCaaS (and How to Avoid Them)

Monsters of UCaaS (and How to Avoid Them)

It’s a season of frights — of ghouls, goblins and things that go bump in the dark — but for those in the tech sector, certain monsters exist the entire year round.

Yes, certainly there are the common gremlins that keep techies awake at night, and these too are important for anyone in the UCaaS business to know. Ask any IT expert, and they’ll eagerly regale you with bone-chilling tales of glitch-causing ghosts in their machines or of invisible, unspeakable creatures tangling carefully laid cabling.

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