[VoiceOps] G.729 A/B Experiences
colton.conor at gmail.com
Mon Mar 14 09:48:01 EDT 2016
Sure would be nice if a big carrier like bandwidth.com would natively
support the OPUS codec! I think its going to take a big carrier like
bandwidth.com or Level3 pushing the SBC/switch vendors to push OPUS. It
would be the end all be all codec for voice.
On Mon, Mar 14, 2016 at 8:01 AM, James Milko <jmilko at bandwidth.com> wrote:
> Biased as all get out, but if your carrier doesn't support at least 729
> and 711 find a new carrier.
> On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 10:02 PM, Calvin Ellison <calvin.ellison at voxox.com
> > wrote:
>> Could you put their voice on wires (POTS/PRI/VoIP), and the rest of
>> their data on fixed wireless?
>> This doesn't necessarily give you any more calls per Kbps, but at least
>> keeps voice and data independent. Wires for dependability, radio waves for
>> bandwidth at the cost of some latency & packet loss.
>> One consideration when using G.729 is how you're going to deliver it to a
>> mostly non-G.729 world. Are your not-quite-broadband customers attached to
>> some PBX that will handle it and send G.711 to your carriers? That's going
>> to cost some CPU or dedicated transcoding hardware. Will your providers
>> accept G.729 and transcode for you? Is there a cost for it? Or will your
>> carriers blindly throw your G.729 at their LCR and hope something sticks?
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