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Video Conferencing - ISDN unit to a IP unit

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We would like to set up a video conference with some people in New Zealand.

The problem is they use ISDN for their vc equipment and would like to just direct dial into our units.  However we use IP thru DSL.

(we use Polycom and they use Tandberg, but I don’t think that is an issue)

Is there a service that the ISDN guys could dial into to be able to reach our IP units?

    Thanks, Kevin
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Yes!

There is a company called First Connections Ltd, that have ISDN to IP and IP to ISDN Gateways and MCU's / Bridging Services.

They will be able to help you with ALL of your needs on an ad-hoc or pre-booked basis. They also supply the equipment so if you decide to run these services yourself you can!

They are based in the UK, but deal with companies globally.

They can be reased on: +44 (0)1256 301700

Good Luck!

Dave.
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Thanks Dave.

That was the kind of service I was looking for.

Fortuanantley GCI right here in Alaska was able to help me out.  Just had to find the right person to talk to over there and they got us hooked up lickity split.

   Kevin
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