POTS Line Replacement
FCC Order 19-72A1 mandates that all POTS Lines in the USA be replaced with an alternative service by August 2, 2022.
The dial tone as we have known it for generations has come to an end. Data-driven and wireless delivery has become the de facto communications solutions, supplanting traditional wired systems.
As a result, legacy systems have become obsolete, leaving businesses like yours with a costly upgrade to maintain voice communications.
Bridge the Digital Divide
What is your contingency plan for connecting your
analog solutions to the digital IP network?
How many analog lines do you have?
are still in use as of 2015,
17% of those just in the US.
It is estimated that
analog fire and burglar alarm systems are currently in use.
Across the US, there are
elevators in service
requiring the ability to initiate contact with outside resources.
Copper Phone Lines
Become a Thing of the Past
The PSTN (public switched telephone network) – the copper line-based communications network that has delivered phone service to US residents and businesses for decades – is being abandoned.
FCC Order 19-72A1 mandates that all POTS Lines in the USA be replaced with an alternative service by August 2, 2022. The nation’s copper line infrastructure is actively being replaced by a more efficient IP-based network.
Per the FCC mandate, carriers no longer have to offer or support POTS services. This has resulted in extreme price increases – as high as 60-100% and notices to customers that their POTS line services will soon be unavailable. This is the carrier’s way of moving customers off of the outdated technology.
POTS line customers are at a crossroads – do they pay the higher fees or do they pay for a total overhaul of their communications solution?
What are you doing to get ready for this change?
Bridging the Digital
POTS IN A BOX® bridges the divide between traditional telephony's wired devices and today's wireless infrastructure. POTS IN A BOX® is an LTE/Cellular/Wi-Fi/PSTN/FirstNet-capable router that can enable many combinations of legacy analog wireline in-band Voice, M2M, Data, DTMF, Analog Data Modem Tones, Fax and Alarm System Signals. These functions - historically supported by POTS Lines - can be delivered via POTS IN A BOX® and carried over LAN or WAN internet connections such as fiber optics or cable connections.
How It Works
FAX, ALARM, VOICE & ANALOG DATA RESOLVED
POTS IN A BOX® enables secure, reliable access for traditional applications which historically, were supported by analog POTS lines.
POTS IN A BOX® enables real-time communication between your location and monitoring services for burglar and fire alarms. POTS IN A BOX® devices support auto-detection of proprietary alarm codes to ensure vital services perform as expected.
BATTERY BACKUP FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION
With up to 24 hours of battery backup, POTS IN A BOX® allows data transfers and other services to remain active. Your systems will continue communicating even in the event of a power outage.
HIGH SPEED INTERNET ACCESS
The POTS IN A BOX® acts as an internet router for the business location, enabling you to access high speed internet solutions. Use with 4G LTE connection on the ATT or Verizon network, or use with a WAN connection (cable, fiber).
CALL BOXES THAT “AUTO-DIAL”
Pick up one phone in a series, and the box will automatically call the other endpoints in the group.
STANDARD & DUAL SIM FAILOVER CAPABILITIES
POTS IN A BOX® increases the reliability and availability of your IT services. Dual SIM card slots and WAN options support redundant “keep alive” functions to ensure that your router and services always remain connected.
COMPLETE ENTERPRISE GRADE CLOUD PBX
POTS IN A BOX® provides an advanced cloud-hosted PBX solution built for the enterprise.
DIGITAL TELEPHONY “IN A BOX”
POTS IN A BOX® devices enable analog PBX solutions to connect to the digital network, connecting analog solutions to VoIP, truly turning what was old into something new.
ELEVATOR COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT
POTS IN A BOX® enables direct two way communications between the elevator emergency contact system to the appropriate staff.