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In the Patton Security webinar, we explained the three key functionalities of an eSBC: Fraud Prevention, Survivability, and Quality of Service.

Some great questions came up at the Patton Security webinar today and we’d love to share the answers

Feb 21, 2018 – Patton Electronics, a cloud and IoT enabling solution manufacturer, announced that their CopperLink 1101 Power over Ethernet Extender has earned the 2017 Product of the Year Award from Communications Solutions magazine.

The PoE Extender is designed

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Patton is now launching the new Patton Academy for their Partners to learn about Patton …

Unless you have been living under a rock, I’m sure you have heard by now that Toshiba is exiting the VoIP business. If you or your business are currently Toshiba customers then you probably were about to fall into a …

Are you on board and benefiting from VoIP? Greate! But do you have protections for your VoIP network? You may have heard that, like other Internet-based systems, VoIP networks are also vulnerable to IP-based attacks such as denial-of-service (DoS) attacks …

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Cost saving is one of the main reasons for many businesses and enterprises to move to VoIP. For businesses that deploy SIP trunks, it may be tempting to cut corners by using lower cost network elements, or by omitting some …

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Fast-food chains typically experience a 10 to 50% boost in sales after installing digital menu boards. – According to Digital SignageToday. Among quick-service restaurants (QSRs) studied, 11% achieved payback on their investment within 6 months and another 30% within 12 …

Feel trapped by the limited distance of your Ethernet? Always have to relocate your device from a perfect spot because the Ethernet and power outlet are out of your reach? Thanks to the CopperLink 1101 PoE Ethernet Extender, you can …

How important is QoS? It is extremely important. Especially for businesses that rely on their phones to be successful. But first, let’s start from the beginning. What does QoS stand for? It stands for “Quality of Service”.

What does QoS