New Zealand consults on VOIP interoperability standard

Monday 2 February 2015 | 04:38 CET | News
The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) has announced that the TCF VOIP Interoperability Working Party has prepared and released for public consultation a draft SIP ATA Standard for LFC Wholesale Service (Loose Coupling). The primary purpose of the standard is to define an architecture and specify the requirements to enable voice service providers to offer telephony services to customers served by an analogue telephone adaptor (ATA) using the UFB network.

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