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Become Wholesale termination Provider

OS Tips has many years of VoIP deployment in wholesale and retail Phone to Phone and PC to Phone services. OS Tips provides an opportunity for businesses and individuals around the world to start their own VoIP businesses in telecom industry without taking financial, marketing and other risks. OS Tips Wholesale Agents (VoIP Resellers) don’t have to invest heavily in VoIP equipment, VoIP software and technology, follow lengthy processes to sign up with carriers or make deposits with them. All it takes to start a new business is to make a standard deposit of 200 USD, which will open an account for interconnection and can be used for future traffic consumption. Our carrier department will then set up and activate the agent account within 24 to 48 hours. The Wholesale Agent can start rendering services to his/her customers.

Features

  • Wholesale Agents (VoIP Resellers) purchase voice traffic from OS Tips at wholesale rates.
  • No investment required on soft switches and hardware.
  • Excellent voice quality.
  • No monthly fees.
  • Sell services under your own brand (White Label VoIP Reseller).
  • Completely customizable business management platform is provided to the Wholesale Agents. This platform enables the Wholesale Agents (VoIP Reseller) to.
  • Quote their own rates for their customers.
  • Create different rate plans with different billing increment (rounding to seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute etc.).

OS Tips offers special Tier-1 routes and volume based Gold Rates in an effort to complement our offerings and provide you with a full VoIP Solution (Billing and Traffic Termination) for your VoIP Business. Therefore, OS Tips clients are sure that all the components of their VoIP business are managed with the professionalism and technical expertise that only OS Tips can provide.

Benefits:

  • Using World class carrier grade Soft switches.
  • Top Quality Worldwide Call Routing, Fax and Voice Services supported.
  • PER SECOND billing with an Online CDR on committed volume.
  • Multiple backbone partners for every single destination/breakout.
  • Compatibility – Compatible with all types of hardware (All Gateways, Switches, Call-Router, Servers, IP phones) and also Net meeting.
  • VoIP Technical Support – Testing capabilities.

In addition to the outstanding tools and quality offered, we know how important is for you to offer competitive services to your clients and this is why we are tirelessly working on providing you with the most competitive tier-1 rates in the VoIP market.

There is NO MINIMUM call traffic level. All destinations will be billed on a 1/1 basis for Wholesale Client, For VoIP Reseller billing increments depends on the Volume. ASR varies from 65% to 87% depending on the destination dialed. We support IP interconnect over h.323 and SIP interface and almost all codecs.

For more information on wholesale termination provider, wholesale rates and other details please contact us or send an application form Apply Now

CALLSHOP SOLUTION

OS Tips VoIP call shop solution enables people to make long distance and international phone calls at considerably lower prices as compared to the PSTN. It is a lucrative business because of the low initial business-entry investments and the stable increase in potential customer base.

OS Tips has introduced a new line of low cost, functionality rich CallShop solutions which will allow entrepreneurs’ quick entry and competitive stay in the rapidly growing VoIP industry. These scalable solutions have speedy and easy setup processes and minimal investment requirements.

Who may take advantage of these solutions?

New entrepreneurs who would like to get into the highly promising industry of Voice over IP without hefty investment costs and complicated set-up and maintenance processes.

Existing Internet Cafe owners looking to expand their customer base by using their current infrastructure to offer additional services. Traditional PSTN CallShop owners wanting to reduce costs and boost profits by simply ‘switching’ or upgrading to VoIP-based systems.

Carriers who would like to increase their wholesale traffic and enlist more customers by offering hosted CallShop services.

Typical CallShop Scenarios.

Prepaid

  • Customer visits the CallShop.
  • Customer pre-pays the operator for the call.
  • The operator will then activate a phone booth for the customer using the
  • CallShop VoIP Software.
  • The customer will go to the phone booth and dial the destination number.
  • CallShop VoIP will record the call details and the corresponding call charges for future reporting needs.

Postpaid

  • Customer visits the CallShop.
  • Customer chooses a vacant phone booth and dials the destination number.
  • CallShop VoIP keeps track of each phone booth’s call details and the corresponding call charges for invoicing and future reporting needs.
  • When the customer has completed his/her calls, the operator generates an invoice for the customer’s calls.

How Do The Solutions Work?

Stand-Alone CallShop

  • You Are the Owner of a Stand-Alone CallShop.
  • A customer places a call from your CallShop by dialing a destination number.
  • The CallShop VoIP software running on the operator’s PC at your CallShop starts to record the CDR (Call Detail Record) for the call.
  • Your gateway sends the call over the internet to the carrier that was configured in the software for the calls destination.
  • The carrier routes the call to the destination.
  • When the call is terminated the operator’s CallShop VoIP will have the complete CDR for that call. It can be used to invoice the customer and any business analysis reporting needs.

Hosted CallShop

  • You Are the Owner of a Hosted CallShop.
  • A customer places a call from your CallShop by dialing a destination number.
  • Your gateway sends the call over the internet to the carrier hosting your CallShop service.
  • This carrier routes the call to the destination and records the CDR for the call in their system.
  • When the call is terminated, your CallShop’s operator logs onto the carrier’s website to retrieve the CDR and invoicing information for that call.
  • You may also log into the carrier’s website at any time to access other features such as define/modify service rates and generate reports.

Advanced CallShop

  • You are the owner of a carrier hosting CallShop services.
  • You have multiple clients hosting CallShop services from you. Each of them has their own gateway configured to yours. A call is placed at one of your client’s Callshops.
  • The call is routed to your Gatekeeper/Gateway and your CallShop VoIP software starts to record the call CDR.
  • Your Gatekeeper/Gateway routes the call to the destination.
  • When the call is terminated the CallShop client will log into your system through a website to retrieve the CDR and invoice information for that call.
  • You will bill your CallShop clients using invoices generated by your CallShop VoIP Software.
  • You may also use the software to do many other functions such as define/modify rate and generate reports.
  • The CallShop VoIP solution gives the owner complete control of the system by using the iVoice software and hardware.

What you will need.

  • Analog VoIP Phones or Gateways.
  • Internet Access.
  • iVoice Tele allows you to terminate the calls with their tier one quality routes.
  • Remote Installation Services and Training to get your business up and running in one to two hassle free business day.

For more information please contact us or send an application form Apply Now

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OS Tips provide VOIP Softswitch Linux & Window based, for wholesale termination and retail services.

If you are looking to setup your VOIP business under your own brand name, then OS Tips
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Getting the location from an IP address

If you want to retrieve information like the city, state, and country of a visitor from their IP address, so that you can customize your web page according to their location.  There a good and reliable way to do this in PHP. You are using JavaScript for client-side scripting, PHP for server-side scripting, and MySQL for the database.

You could download a free GeoIP database and lookup the IP address locally, or you could use a third party service and perform a remote lookup. This is the simpler option, as it requires no setup, but it does introduce additional latency.

$ curl ipinfo.io/8.8.8.8
{
  "ip": "8.8.8.8",
  "hostname": "google-public-dns-a.google.com",
  "loc": "37.385999999999996,-122.0838",
  "org": "AS15169 Google Inc.",
  "city": "Mountain View",
  "region": "CA",
  "country": "US",
  "phone": 650
}

Here’s a PHP example:

$ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
$details = json_decode(file_get_contents("http://ipinfo.io/{$ip}/json"));
echo $details->city; // -> "Mountain View"

You can also use it client-side. Here’s a simple jQuery example:

$.get("http://ipinfo.io", function(response) {
    console.log(response.city);
}, "jsonp");

 

Location detecting tecniques for IP addresses

There are several things that allow you to create such a db, if you invest enough time:

  1. Use the databases provided by regional and local registries to find an IP’s owner.
  2. Many ISPs use a naming schema that allows you to locate the user. Sometimes you can even read the city name in plain text if you do a reverse-DNS lookup. Sometimes it is more cryptic. For example I currently have p5dcf6c4a.dip.t-dialin.net , and I have no idea that the naming scheme is..
  3. Use a traceroute. If you can’t identify the location of a user, you can still find out the location of its uplink

Is Android recommended for Atom processor platform?

You are going to develop a handheld device which has an Atom processor. You are thinking of using Android embedded OS for running telecom applications on this device.  Android is good for wireless applications. But your device do not need any wireless application. You will need only data (ping, traceroute…), IPTV and VoIP applications to run on this device. So is it advisable to use Android for your device?

In my opinion the biggest benefit you get from running a OS like Android as opposed to a tailored Linux distribution are:

  • An application ecosystem, that integrates well
  • A UI environment suitable for small screens
  • An Application SDK that makes developing new apps pretty straightforward

Drawbacks of using Android IMHO:

  • No standard libc. That means you will have to do some porting, to get mplayer or something similar to play your media content
  • Way less libraries than you have, when you use a “regular” Linux distribution
  • You can only create apps with UIs using Java (well there are other possibilities but you probably wouldn’t do it)

It comes down to choosing what hurts less. My estimate if you have powerful hardware and a big screen (the combination of Atom and IPTV sounds like that) than using a LFS (Linux From Scratch), Ubuntu or something similar and create a flashy UI on top of that (using QT, OpenGL, GTK, Swing, …) is less pain than porting your libs & apps to Android.

Of course you loose the sexy Android label which decreases probability of making it to Engadget .

 

How can I access a IPTV server programatically?

Their is a special handshake at the switch level, its telling the switch you are part of the multicast group so that you will also receive the packets. bellow is an example of registering and receiving on a udp socket in java

   // join a Multicast group and send the group salutations

 InetAddress group = InetAddress.getByName("228.5.6.7");
 MulticastSocket s = new MulticastSocket(6789);
 s.joinGroup(group);
 // get their responses!
 byte[] buf = new byte[1000];
 DatagramPacket recv = new DatagramPacket(buf, buf.length);
 s.receive(recv);
 ...
 // OK, I'm done talking - leave the group...
 s.leaveGroup(group);

 

what you need to do is join the multicast group, then just recv the packets and write them to a file, then I would assume the mpeg2, mpeg4 or however the stream is sent will be a file on your machine that should be playable through another program.

In which langauge Boxee.tv IPTV software developed in?

I want to know the programming language used by Boxee.tv guys to build their IPTV software. My company is building a IPTV software which will fetch channels and stream channels from the internet.

Boxee’s desktop client does the same. Since we want to create a Similar UI, I would like to know what have they used to create such a UI.

Is it flash or AIR , I see some python DLLs when I inspected their folder inside program files.

Boxee is a fork of the famous free and open source media player XBMC.
C++ is the main language (Python language is used mainly for plugins)