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DialSphere Blog - Updates about VOIP software and hardware around the WWW

Thursday, 10 July 2014 Written by in Blog

DialSphere is quickly and easily configured via a web interface, with drag-and-drop objects being connected together to control call flows. 

The components used in building DialSphere applications are as follows:


  • Object - there are a number of different objects, with each object performing a specified PBX function such as voice mail, time routing or conferencing.
  • Palette - is the location where the objects to be used are listed.

  • Cables - used to logically connect objects together.
  • Workspace - an area where the objects are assembled.

  • Trash - used for removing objects from the workspace.



The initial DialSphere configuration screen consists of three components: the Palette in the upper left corner, Trash in the lower right corner, and the center Workspace in which the voice management system is assembled.



Palette


The palette serves as a listing of all the types of objects that may be used in setting up the voice system.

PBXww U G Palette 3.png

In order to use a specific object, drag that object from the palette and release this it over the workspace. 



PBXww U G Palette 2.jpg

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 Written by in Blog

Direct inward dialing numbers (DIDs) are virtual numbers that allow you to route calls to your existing telephone lines. DIDs were developed in order to be able to assign certain employees a direct number, without requiring multiple physical phone lines. One DID number is able to route and process thousands of simultaneous calls to the proper extensions. With a DID number, a company can route calls to an unlimited amount of extensions, while only having to maintain one DID number.

Direct inward dialing was created as a way to reuse a limited number of physical phone lines to calls to different published phone numbers. A company can use one DID to route all of their inbound calls.

Today by using our PBXww you can forward calls to mobile devices, VOIP phones ,Skype, Google Talk and for sure regular land lines.

Thursday, 10 July 2014 Written by in Blog

 

Zoiper IAX SIP VOIP Softphone - screenshot

Zoiper is a FREE IAX and SIP softphone application for voip calls over 3G or WiFi. There are NO ADVERTISEMENTS.
Zoiper softphone offers a simple user interface and superb audio quality for smooth Voice over IP experience.

Available for both SIP and IAX systems, Zoiper is a phone solution perfectly fit for end users, service providers, call centers or any business willing to benefit from VoIP communications.

Zoiper's key features include:

- Bluetooth support (beta)
- Excellent audio quality, even on older devices
- Intelligent Latency Reduction
- Supports calling over 3G and WIFI
- Multiprotocol with SIP and IAX support, compatible with all RFC
compliant PBXs
- Background / multitasking support
- Native dialer integration
- Integration with the native android contact list
- Speakerphone mute and hold
- UDP and TCP transports (use TCP for better battery life!)
- Supports g711 (ulaw, alaw), speex, iLBC and gsm codecs
- Supports sending of DTMF
- DNS SRV
- Built-in echo cancellation
- STUN support
- Change ringtone per account

Zoiper is also available as customized branding solutions or VoIP SDK, please contact us for more information.

- Phones that are unstable because they have broken audio implementations:
Alcatel one touch series (poor audio drivers cause system freezes and crashes)

Warning: using Zoiper as a default dialer may interfere with dialing 911 emergency services.

If zoiper does not work with your phone, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will try to support your phone in future versions