Review on E Biller – The next generation call billing solution

Written by Arun Tibrewal

Review on E Biller  – The next generation call billing solution


The Telecom industry isrepparttar order ofrepparttar 143617 day in contemporary times replete with high – end networks, internet hooked PCs, telephones and of course mobile phones. The business of telecommunications has made all distances virtual and no business or communication is immune from this wonder ofrepparttar 143618 modern era.


The traditional low – key telecommunications market is being fast replaced byrepparttar 143619 new order Telecommunications wonder which is hallmarked byrepparttar 143620 convergence of information computing and telecom technologies.


The market has seen a perceptible shift from being traditionally ‘product driven’ torepparttar 143621 present day ‘customer driven’ conceptualization and one ofrepparttar 143622 pioneers onrepparttar 143623 comeback trail are none other than SIPL with their new – age business solutions.


The concept of call billing was accessible torepparttar 143624 sultans ofrepparttar 143625 telecommunications marketrepparttar 143626 major players. The smaller business enterprises now haverepparttar 143627 wonder ofrepparttar 143628 world of telecommunications throughrepparttar 143629 modality of flexible E- biller from none other than – SIPL, which was launched globally in August 2004.


January ofrepparttar 143630 year 2005 saw this wonder flexible E- biller generate data analysis like none other. The manna of all business enterprises globally - regardless of size and location.


E – biller repparttar 143631 futuristic billing concept is now a virtual reality from market leaders like SIPL. Whetherrepparttar 143632 need is E-invoices, or E-reports or even ifrepparttar 143633 ‘felt need’ is E – portfolio – E-biller has it all and all it needs is a one click log in at E- biller.


VoIP - What is the Problem?

Written by E. B. Randall

Inrepparttar beginning, whenrepparttar 143579 Internet Protocol was first designed, no one was thinking aboutrepparttar 143580 possibilities of sending audio and video. Real time communication was not an issue.

Perhapsrepparttar 143581 greatest single problem is thatrepparttar 143582 Internet Protocol (the IP part of VoIP - Voice over Internet Protocol) wasn't designed to ensure thatrepparttar 143583 packets are delivered inrepparttar 143584 correct order. When information is transmitted using IP,repparttar 143585 data is broken up into information packets, each of which is sent separately. The correct sequence of packets is part ofrepparttar 143586 information in each packet, but nothing specifically exists to make sure thatrepparttar 143587 packets are delivered, and, therefore, received inrepparttar 143588 proper order.

Now this isn't usually a significant issue for web pages, email, etc. Why? Because these aren't real-time applications. Audio and video however, especially live audio and live video are definitely real-time applications. For a real time conversation to work,repparttar 143589 packets have to arrive - pretty much in order and also within certain time limits.

The first, and one ofrepparttar 143590 major challenges then, is to restructure incoming packets intorepparttar 143591 correct order and to somehow cope with lost and/or trashed packets. Face it,repparttar 143592 internet does not provide a quality of service guarantee. If enough packets are lost, an audio or video stream rapidly turns into a useless mess. While packets can be resent -repparttar 143593 standard way lost/trashed packets are dealt with - real time communication means that you just can't wait around forever. After a certain time, it's simply too late to maintain a coherent stream.

What we've seen overrepparttar 143594 last few years is a gradual and now nearly explosive growth inrepparttar 143595 use of VoIP, and streaming audio and video. The reason is decline of dial-up andrepparttar 143596 growth of ISDN, DSL, ADSL, cable and other high speed, high bandwidth access modes. Bandwidth isrepparttar 143597 answer to most ofrepparttar 143598 problems posed by IP. End-to-end high speed links can ensure high quality sound. The sole remaining problem is latency.

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