technologies used at Bithium

Technologies used by Bithium

Voice over internet protocol Bithium

VoIP refers to techniques or methods for voice communication over an IP network. It is commonly used on over the Internet. It is widely in business communications and at the same time also becoming widely adopted by telecoms operators in their backbone networks. Bithium provides VoIP equipment development services.

Why should I consider VoIP in my new product?

Contrary to PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network), with VoIP one can combine in a practical way a voice-communication together with information data from the caller, the selections he made before calling, where he is located, what is the history from that location, from that caller, etc.

This enables the creation of call-centers with improved service and the ability to collect important information about customers’ options.

On the consumer side, a VoIP telephone can provide better audio quality (larger bandwidth than PSTN service) as well as more competitive operator prices.

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DSP programming Bithium

DSP Programming

Digital Signal Processing is present, for many of us, in devices we use in everyday life: mobile telephones, cordless telephones, car radios, headsets, etc. use this technique. Bithium leverages the accumulated know-how in this area and provides DSP programming and development services. Audio processing is presently, at Bithium, the main area of adoption of Digital Signal Processing. Here are some Questions and Answers on this topic:
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PSTN

PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) and ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) are legacy telecommunication networks that, despite VoIP growth, are still the most used ones for fixed line telecommunications. Bithium has gained significant experience in developing products with these interfaces. Although being legacy and a technology available for significant time, the development of terminal equipment using them still have some significant challenges.

ISDN

PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) and ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) are legacy telecommunication networks that, despite VoIP growth, are still the most used ones for fixed line telecommunications. Bithium has gained significant experience in developing products with these interfaces. Although being legacy and a technology available for significant time, the development of terminal equipment using them still have some significant challenges.