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Multilingual Partners

To foster the growth of UN-style simultaneous interpretation over-the-phone we have partnered with leading language services companies around the globe. These companies have teams of language professionals trained in the use of ZipDX. They have the skilled interpreters to ensure that your multilingual event is successful.

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Online Training

Is your current virtual meeting provider less than inspiring? Do you crave a superior learner experience? ZipDX delivers a flexible suite of tools purpose-built to deliver effective online training. Adobe Connect & ZipDX: A Cure for the Common Webinar To address the most demanding Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) applications the ZipDX toolset can be coupled with Adobe Connect, the leading […]

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Disaster Preparedness

How will your organization respond when disaster strikes? Unfortunate things happen to great organizations literally every day.  Are you able to quickly and efficiently bring your best and brightest to address the matter, regardless of their location? A network with global reach, ZipDX has communications tools purpose-built to ensure that your crisis response team is […]

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Testing & Demonstration

Dialing 888-947-3987 provides access to a recorded wideband demonstration. Upon initial connection, the system will announce the codec that has been negotiated. Access this recording to verify that the wideband codec is being used. Anyone can register at the ZipDX web site. An authentication link will be sent via email; click on this, and you’ll […]

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Network Address Translation

By default, ZipDX supports PBX’s (and endpoints) that are behind a firewall performing Network Address Translation (NAT). The following considerations apply: When ZipDX RECEIVES a SIP message, it will RESPOND to that message on the same IP address and port on which it was received. When ZipDX INITIATES a call via SIP, it will use the […]

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Accepting Calls From ZipDX

End-users can configure ZipDX to call them when they are scheduled to participate in a conference call. The PBX should accept incoming calls for a given extension using the same syntax with respect to the FROM header as when sending calls to ZipDX. So, for example, if the PBX receives an INVITE to sip:2125551204@pbx.mycompany.com, it […]

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Sending Calls To ZipDX

To facilitate calls to ZipDX, the PBX should be configured to trap calls to the PSTN toll-free number 888-947-3988. In fact, all numbers starting with 888-947-398X should be trapped. When the PBX recognizes that one of these numbers has been dialed, it should Not route the call via the PSTN. Instead route the call to […]

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