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Summer Small Surveillance Camera System Sale
We have a Camera Special for $350.00 for a 4-Camera System and an $500.00 for an 8-Camera System that Includes the following:

1-4 or 8-Channel 1080p HD DVR with Remote viewing capability
2-TB HDD
4 or 8 Indoor/Outdoor Cameras
4-Pre-terminated Cables 75' each
1-Power Supply
Limited 4-Year Manufacture Warranty

*Price Does Not Include Sales Tax, Shipping or Installation
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Analog vs. SIP Trunking

Analog Trunks

Traditionally, phone lines have worked on analog style formats. These are the most simplistic of phone lines, and are comprised of copper wire, which runs from a local phone company to a specific business location. The two must be connected, as the phone company connects the business to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) so that calls can be made and received. This is accomplished as speech is converted into electrical waves which propagate over the telephone line to their destination.

Pros - Having been the primary means of voice communications throughout the years, analog trunks have a reputation for being reliable, and generally boasting good quality. Analog trunks are typically provided by the local telco and can ordered easily.

Cons - The biggest issue with analog trunks is the cost per trunk, nationally the average is about $38.00 per month per trunk. It's also important to consider that one phone line can handle only a single conversation at a time; so a hotel property must provision enough analog trunks to meet usage expectations which can lead to unused expensive trunks being billed monthly. Finally, the cost to transmit long-distance phone calls is costlier via the PSTN than through IP connectivity, making calls more expensive to both you and your guests.
SIP Trunking

SIP trunks transmit voice and other data over the Internet, digitally, as opposed to utilizing the traditional protocols of the PSTN. SIP trunks enables businesses to replace fixed PSTN lines with internet connectivity.

Pros - Although relatively new, the difference is that SIP trunking allows calls to be transmitted over the internet connection, bypassing the local phone company and their charges.As mentioned previously, SIP trunks are also less expensive for long-distance calls. In many cases, SIP trunk providers include all long distance calling in the monthly flat price of a SIP trunk for calls made in the US and Canada. Calls to other countries are still typically 50% less than telco rates.

Cons - With careful planning, there aren't any significant drawbacks to SIP trunking. You will need to ensure that your hotel is equipped with enough bandwidth to handle call traffic, and ensure your network's integrity by managing network traffic to optimize voice communications over the data network.

Call us to review options on your existing PBX or Telephone System. (915) 590-8902 or visit our website at www.astsw.com
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Why Panasonic NS700
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Panasonic NS700 Mobile Integration
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In order to serve our customers more efficiently, we have moved our Office! We would like to thank all of our Existing and our New Customers who have made this possible. We would like to say Thank You!!
All Systems Technologies
3616 Rutherglen St
El Paso, Texas 79925
(915) 590-8902
www.astsw.com
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