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2023: Year in Review

2023: Year in Review

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2023: Year in ReviewAs we transition into the new year, Voxtelesys is proud to share some of this past year’s accomplishments that helped define our path toward continued innovation. We look to carry the same level of growth, innovation, and advancement into 2024. Let’s dive into some of this past year’s exciting developments that have shaped Voxtelesys’ commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions. Learn More
3CX Version 20

3CX Version 20

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3CX Version 20Take advantage of our offer: No setup fees will be charged for upgrading to 3CX V20 with Hosting by Voxtelesys until March 2024! - 2 Core, 2 GB All 3CX's hosted by Voxtelesys come standard with a minimum of 2vCore and 4GB's of memory, so no worries here. - Sufficient Disk Space needed. Ensure a minimum of 5 GB of free disk space - The source list must remain unaltered for a successful upgrade; any modifications will result in failure Remove any additional source lists. If you are utilizing Microsoft Azure, verify by checking "cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/microsoft-prod.list." Learn More
SMS Registration

SMS Registration

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SMS RegistrationSince the beginning of February 2021, the major wireless carriers (Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile) have been working with The Campaign Registry (TCR) to implement a process to register everyone using VoIP and US local phone numbers to send SMS or MMS messages. All US local (NANP) VoIP SMS numbers must be registered with the TCR, this includes low-volume customers/numbers. A couple of reasons for the TCR and campaign registration: (1) it protects the end-user from spam (2) and it keeps further FCC requirements and regulations from being implemented. Learn More
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What is an API and What's its Role in Integration?
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Understanding APIs: Simplifying Application Programming Interfaces

Demystifying APIs for Non-Techies

APIs, short for Application Programming Interfaces, often seem daunting for those unfamiliar with technical jargon. Yet, comprehending APIs is crucial in today’s digital age, as they play a pivotal role in facilitating seamless data and information integration across various platforms. Learn more about how APIs can enhance your business efficiency here.

APIs Explained Through Everyday Analogies

Consider the convenience of vendors at a baseball game, offering snacks and drinks directly to your seat. This scenario mirrors how APIs function by delivering services directly where they’re needed, thus saving time and resources. Like ballpark vendors serving specific items, APIs connect applications to perform specific tasks efficiently.

The Technical Essence of APIs

An API acts as a bridge that allows different software applications to communicate and leverage each other’s functionalities. By defining a set of rules and protocols, APIs enable the integration of diverse systems, enhancing their capabilities without the need to build new functionalities from scratch.

The Omnipresence of APIs in the Digital World

From displaying live sports scores to integrating social media sharing options, APIs are at the heart of enhancing user experiences on the web. They allow websites to offer tailored content and functionalities by connecting with external services, enriching the overall digital experience.

The Future Is API-Driven

As technology advances, the demand for more sophisticated and integrated digital experiences grows. APIs are central to meeting these evolving needs, offering endless possibilities for creating more personalized and efficient online interactions.

For insights into leveraging APIs for your business and staying ahead in the digital landscape, explore our solutions including Voice API's and discover how Voxtelesys can support your integration needs.