With The Big Switch Off fast approaching, people naturally have questions and concerns ahead of the shutdown. The transition from conventional networks to digital technology is unavoidable in the fast-evolving world of telecommunications. In this blog, we address ten common questions people have about the Big PSTN Switch Off, shedding light on the topic and providing clarity.
Acquiring a Communications Platform as a Service has become a very common trend for a variety of businesses in recent years. Even with AI and all the technological advancements that have been achieved, the world has come to realise that exceptional customer service is at the core of running and maintaining a successful business. So, we have identified a few ways in which a CPaaS could benefit your business!
Having access to quality, and trust-worthy digital communication platforms is essential in the contemporary business world. That’s why here at Aculab, we have employed the use of React Native – integrated into the WebRTC browser interface, we provide bespoke, human-centered, voice and video communication options
Biometric technology works by using unique biological characteristics to identify individuals. Through its use of sensors and algorithms, it can capture and analyse biometric data and compare it with stored data to confirm an individual’s identity.
The Big Switch Off refers to the growing phase-out of BT’s Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). Businesses and homeowners will no longer be able to acquire PSTN and ISDN connections after September 2023, followed by the old technology being completely phased out and switched off by December 2025.