Channel One Group is a world class high performance and program ready graphics components producer for avionics, military, and industrial applications. Channel One utilizes the AMD E4690 (M96) graphics processor, a component that is temperature screened and contracted on a managed supply program for up to 20 years. Channel One Group has been an OnSIP customer since 2009, and the company currently has 32 registered phones.
Posted by Kevin Bartley at 02:12 PM EST
Posted by Nicole at 12:03 PM EST
OnSIP team members who made it to our holiday party in NYC on Friday, December 13, 2013. For those of you who couldn't, we missed you!
Posted by Nicole at 11:56 AM EST
Last week, we gave you a sneak peek of our latest feature, OnSIP InstaCall (Beta), on our own website. Today, we are excited let you know that this feature is available to customers in the OnSIP admin portal! Just beta-launched, InstaCall allows your website visitors to get in touch with you with the click of a button and have a rich communication experience (video coming soon).
Posted by Kevin Bartley at 11:26 AM EST
If you have sharp eyes, you may have noticed a new addition to our website— a small detail with a big implication. On the top right of this page, you'll see a button with our phone number. If you're using the latest Chrome or Firefox browser version, you can click to make an instant web call— no dialing or plugins required. Below is a closer look. (Oh, why don't you just give it a try? All prank calls may be recorded for quality assurance purposes.)
What is this button? This is the latest feature we're working on (now beta testing) here at OnSIP: InstaCall! The InstaCall button allows you to call OnSIP in Chrome or Firefox for a voice or video (coming soon) chat. And here's the best part: the button will soon be available as a customizable feature that can be embedded freely on any HTML webpage.
Posted by Kevin Bartley at 01:36 PM EST
OnSIP is happy to announce that we will begin taking vanity requests for the new 844 toll free code beginning December 9th 2013.
A vanity number is a toll free (800, 888, 877, 866, 855 or 844) number that has specific digits that you would like. Typically a vanity number will contain digits that spell out a word or phrase that is important to you. Or, you may want a specific series of numbers. OnSIP can manually check to see if your specific toll free vanity needs can be met.
Toll free vanity numbers are a great marketing tool for your business. If your ideal toll free number was already taken in the past, now may be your chance to acquire the number you’ve always wanted in the new 844 toll free code.
Posted by Kevin Bartley at 11:22 AM EST
At 6:30 pm tomorrow in the eBAY NYC building, OnSIP CTO John Riordan will give a talk on the lessons we learned from implementing Cassandra across multiple data centers and the data modeling patterns specific to our platform.
Posted by Kevin Bartley at 03:04 PM EST
OnSIP was proud to sponsor and attend the WebRTC Conference and Expo III on November 19 - 21 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California last week. Over 50 exhibitors (such as Google, Oracle, and Digium) demonstrated their latest WebRTC ventures.
OnSIP CTO John Riordan was featured on the panel "100% WebRTC - Is It Practical for Your Application?" Overall, the conference was an informative assembly of some of WebRTC's biggest players, and we were excited to be a part of this exciting expo. Here are a few photos:
Posted by Kevin Bartley at 10:30 AM EST
OnSIP is a proud sponsor of the upcoming WebRTC Conference and Expo III in Santa Clara, California this November 19-21. After releasing GetOnSIP last month, our team is excited to share our knowledge of implementing WebRTC with the broad audience of service providers, enterprises, Web providers, investors, and developers attending the expo. OnSIP CTO John Riordan will speak on the panel "100% WebRTC - Is It Practical for Your Application?"
Posted by Kevin Bartley at 12:03 PM EST
BlogGeek is a publication that examines WebRTC related topics in a critical and timely way. The site's operator, Tsahi Levent-Levi, has taken part in the development of various telecommunication projects related to VoIP and 3G in the past decade. Our very own Lead Developer Will Mitchell was recently interviewed on BlogGeek about WebRTC and GetOnSIP. Find out what challenges and solutions our engineering team discovered while fully interoperating WebRTC into our mature SIP platform.
Posted by Larry at 12:26 PM EST
As the Public Information Officer of my fire company, I'm sometimes required to take classes to bolster my knowledge in the field. Before taking a 2-day training on crisis communications in an all-hazards or terrorist event, I was wondering how I can take what I would learn and apply it to my work at OnSIP. I kept thinking, “We’re a communications company. There must be something we can use here.”
As it turns out, I was right. The knowledge I gained at the class can be applied to just about any business dealing with extraordinary issues that disrupt the way their company functions. Outside of being a worthwhile learning experience, the class was also held on a remarkable floating museum.