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  • 1.  
  • 2. Presented by Darren Schreiber The Future of Cloud Telecom
  • 3.
    • Darren Schreiber
    • Co-Founder / CEO at 2600hz
    • Architect behind Whistle and blue.box
    • Co-Author of FreeSWITCH High-Performance Telephony Book
    • Computer Science / Business Management Graduate from RPI
    • Contributor / Author of Various Open-Source Projects
    About Me
  • 4. Class 3 Class 4 Tandem Switch Class 5 Telephone Exchange End Office Class 1 International Gateway Exchange Class 2 Regional Center Primary Center Toll Center End Office Sectional Center Sectional Center Primary Center Toll Center Toll Center Toll Center End Office End Office End Office Primary Center
  • 5.
    • The Voice Network Is…
    • Stable Scalable Reliable
    • Highly Defined
  • 6.
    • The Voice Network Is…
    • Old Proprietary Expensive
    • Not Built For Data Highly Regulated
  • 7. Class 3 Class 4 Tandem Switch Class 5 Telephone Exchange End Office Class 1 International Gateway Exchange Class 2 Regional Center Primary Center Toll Center End Office Sectional Center Sectional Center Primary Center Toll Center Toll Center Toll Center End Office End Office End Office Primary Center
  • 8. Microwave Data Center Data Center Data Center Cell Tower Cable Network Class 3 Class 4 Tandem Switch Class 5 Telephone Exchange End Office Class 1 International Gateway Exchange Class 2 Regional Center Primary Center Toll Center End Office Sectional Center Sectional Center Primary Center Toll Center Toll Center Toll Center End Office End Office End Office Primary Center
  • 9. Class 3 Class 4 Tandem Switch Class 5 Telephone Exchange End Office Class 1 International Gateway Exchange Class 2 Regional Center Primary Center Toll Center End Office Sectional Center Sectional Center Primary Center Toll Center Toll Center Toll Center End Office End Office End Office Primary Center Microwave Data Center Data Center Data Center Cell Tower Cable Network
  • 10. Class 3 Class 4 Tandem Switch Class 5 Telephone Exchange Class 1 International Gateway Exchange Class 2 Regional Center Primary Center Toll Center Sectional Center Sectional Center Primary Center Toll Center Toll Center Toll Center Primary Center Microwave Data Center Data Center Data Center Cell Tower Cable Network
  • 11.
    • In the transition to alternative transports we must duplicate or exceed the levels of quality, reliability and security that exist today.
  • 12.
    • We asked ourselves,
    • how can we RISE to the occasion?
    • Make it R eliable
    • Make It I diot-proof
    • Make It S cale
    • Make It E asy
  • 13.
    • What Does the New Network Look Like?
    • Let’s Build One.
  • 14.
    • you can access core signaling systems
      • ANI, Caller ID, CNAM, E911
    • We’re talking about true network acces s
      • SS7 <-> SIP bridge
      • Can’t do this through Skype, Twilio, etc.
    • Put it all together with Open-Source Tools
      • Carrier-grade tools like FreeSWITCH, OpenSIPs
    For $30/month or $0.01/minute
  • 15. Hosted PBX: 9,000 registered phones, 3:1 usage ratio $0.09/seat per month (for operations) Call Center / Conferencing: 3,000 simultaneous calls $0.29/channel per month (for operations) Software is Free Possible $1-3/month in licensing, support, management, maintenance
  • 16. Manual Switchboard 1910 Bell Systems Mechanical Switch 1970 Bell Systems All-Digital Switch 1990 Nortel & Lucent All-IP Switch 2003 Broadsoft All-IP Virtualized Switch 2011 2600hz’s Whistle Switch By Company Hardware Hardware Hardware & Firmware Hardware & Software Software
  • 17.
    • No need to be a VoIP expert
      • This opens up tremendous opportunities
    • No need to hire an operations team
      • Minimal operator intervention
    • Customize at will
      • All API driven
    Voice is Just a Feature!
  • 18.
    • Past
      • Prohibitively Expensive Switching Equipment
      • Maintenance / Monitoring Engineers
      • Proprietary / Difficult Interconnects
    • Present
      • Spin Up a Powerful Soft Switch
      • Interconnect with CLECs Instantly
      • Utilize Open-Source Tools
      • Bundle, Bundle, Bundle!
    • Future
      • Outsourced Monitoring and Management
      • Automatic Integration
      • API-based Everything
  • 19.
    • API-Driven Media Networks
      • Signaling is via open-standards
      • Agnostic to type of media
    • Automated Infrastructure Management
      • Spin up, spin down servers at will
      • Works on commodity hardware
      • Measures capabilities of hardware automatically
    • Intelligent Monitoring
      • Detects faults automatically
      • Modifies infrastructure accordingly
  • 20.
    • The Future of Cloud Telecom
    • Is Open-Source
    • www.2600hz.com
  • 21.