So what you might say? Well, it’s some sort of an achievement as it required a combination of a number of small and not so small things: my laptop was using its IPv6 stack, my web browser behaved properly, the local wireless LAN didn’t break it and handed it over to Colt’s network, it went across the Internet which didn’t drop it mysteriously until its final destination which was one of Facebook’s datacenter and the Facebook application which is also natively supporting IPv6.
Colt Cloud Prioritisation combines the benefits of optimised routing and direct peering infrastructure with traffic prioritisation between customer router and provider edge router. Customers can reach Microsoft Teams, Office 365, Azure, Windows Virtual Desktop, or any other Microsoft SaaS application with a consistent and SLA-backed user experience. Cloud Prioritisation customers can decide how much of...Continue Reading →
Bring your own Carrier (or BYOC) is a concept which has begun to gain more traction during the rise of collaboration platforms such as Microsoft Teams. As Microsoft’s own calling plans do not suit every business, they have introduced ‘Direct Routing’ as a way for companies to integrate their existing telephony vendors into their technology...Continue Reading →
Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) is a cloud-based software that gives businesses access to the provider’s contact center solution through a scalable, pay-as-you-go pricing model where specific features are available on an as-needed, a la carte basis. CCaaS technology (also called hosted contact center software) is entirely hosted and maintained by the provider —...Continue Reading →