By Stephanie Ciccarelli
August 28, 2006
ISDN... At one point, it was celebrated as the height of recording and file delivery technology, but what is it to you now? Has ISDN gone the way of the dinosaur, or is it still alive and well?
I received an email from a voice actor asking me to explore ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network). He wanted to know if ISDN was relevant today, or if it is just like a Sony Beta videotape player (remember those?), discontinued, outdated and obsolete.
From what I understand, operating an ISDN line is very expensive and ISDN is not requested as often as it used to be.
In your experience, is ISDN outdated or is an ISDN line your bread and butter?
Looking forward to this conversation...
Let the comments begin!
StephanieRelated Topics: ISDN
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