POTS lines are an analog voice phone system with power and connectivity to a provider’s central switch system, more commonly known as CLECs (Competitive Local Exchange Carriers). The copper-wired infrastructure is commonly used for fire alarms, elevator lines, faxing, and more.
Today, businesses are still utilizing POTS lines for inventory use, security doors, burglary lines, and other emergency lines.
The increasing cost of copper infrastructure has customers exploring alternative technologies, such as Pots in a Box, which mainly consist of the following:
- ATA (Analog Telephone Adaptor) – Supports multiple connections powering phone, fax, fire, elevator lines, and more
- Cellular coverage – Acts as a backup in the event of circuit failure or as primary connection through 4GLTE/5G services
- UPS – Uninterrupted Power Supply for power protection in the event of a power outage
On average, customers who move away from copper lines towards alternative solutions, like Pots in a Box, see an average savings of 30%. Customers also gain flexibility, visibility, and control of their environment.
UCC Networks provides a multitude of alternative options to copper POTS lines, helping customers see a return on their investment.
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About UCC Networks
UCC Networks is a leading provider of unified communications and contact center solutions, tailored for business, financial, government, healthcare, retail, and international industries. Certified in multiple UCaaS and CCaaS partner programs, UCC Networks simplifies calling, messaging, meetings, and the customer journey experience. UCC Networks also offers multiple financial options, including leasing. Contact us for more information.