Does fax-to-fax transmission over IP make you to want to pull your hair out? It doesn’t have to be this way! Fax has and will continue to be around for quite some time, and while fax-to-fax transmission is nothing new, carriers and VoIP suppliers alike have become increasingly frustrated in trying to make it reliably work. Today’s current protocols are the “dead horse” in the saying “don’t flog a dead horse,” and it’s time to put an end to it.
If you knew that something wouldn’t work, would you still try it? Yes, this is an incredibly basic and self-explanatory question, but then why do we still try (with little to no success, mind you) to work with these current protocols? You certainly wouldn’t attempt to use a flashlight with no batteries or start a car with a dead engine, because you simply know that it won’t work. It’s time to now translate this basic yet crucial level of understanding to fax VoIP. Regardless of which environment you try to use fax over the open Internet with – Wi-Fi, cell or satellite – you are only unfortunately increasing customer dissatisfaction and loss.
Whether you’re looking for the battery or engine, whatever way you put it, there is a simple and reliable answer to resolving and securing fax-to-fax transmissions over IP. One company has the key to opening this new door of exciting possibilities.
What’s the secret, then? Simply put, moving the “telephony” component from T.38 to HTTPS. HTTPS fax allows virtually anyone to configure and install a fax solution, as it requires no certified networking specialists and eliminates all of the complex technical hurdles commonly faced by carriers and VoIP suppliers today.
Combining the AudioCodes (News - Alert) 202B HTTPS ATA with use of FaxSIPit’s fax-to-fax transmission, carriers can successfully enjoy making thousands of connections over the open Internet, wireless and satellite – all at once and in real-time.
HTTPS fax is becoming the new industry standard, and upon realizing its key advantages and benefits, it’ll be only a matter of time until you jump on the bandwagon, too. Ensure happy customers with a reliable, secure method of sending faxes and create a new revenue stream for your company with HTTPS fax now.
To learn more, visit www.faxsipit.com.
Edited by Jamie Epstein