What are PRI Lines ?

A PRI – or Primary Rate Interface – is an end-to-end, digital telecommunications connection that allows for 23 concurrent transmissions of voice, data, or video traffic between the network and the user. The PRI line, or circuit, is a physical piece of equipment.

What types of PRI Lines are there?

There are two common forms of PRI lines – E1 (which carry 30 channels in the two pairs of copper lines, common in Europe, India) and T1 (which carry 23/24 channels in the two pairs of copper lines, common in United States).

How are PRI Lines delivered?

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Why choose Truvic

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  • Ease of management
  • Scalable with multiples of 30 channels
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  • Video conferencing
  • Supports video conferencing solutions
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  • Enterprise friendly billing system
  • Value added services like pooling, free local CUG and similar pilot number across offices
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  • Compatibility
  • Terminates on a PRI card in PBX devices

Uses of PRI Lines

  • A PRI line is made up of two pairs of copper wires connecting the service provider (network) to the customer (business end-user).
  • A PRI is technically one line, but it can simultaneously transmit 23 separate communications (voice, data, or video.) This means up to 23 people in your company can be on the phone (or sending an IM or having a video chat) at the same time.
  • Each of a PRI’s channels has a 64 kbps capacity for data transmissions.
  • PRI lines can work with an analog or mixed EPABX setup as well as an IP PBX system.
  • A PRI can join two PBX systems together, increasing the number of available communication channels.
  • BPO - Manage Collections processes, Customer service, Sales Processes
  • Hotel Industry - Connecting multiple rooms, departments, help desks
  • BFSI - Virtual relationship management
  • IT/ITES - Campaign or Client management
  • E-commerce - Customer and Seller management
  • Manufacturing - Vendor and Supply chain management