We continue to introduce VoIP termination newbies to the basic concepts of this business. Our small glossary will help you figure out unfamiliar terms that you are going to face at the beginning of the work.
- ACD stands for Average Call Duration. This parameter determines the quality of the route by which the call is redirected. If have a lot of short calls terminating, the route is considered to be of low quality since it does not bring the expected profit.
- ASR stands for Answer Seizure Ratio. It indicates the ratio of the number of successful calls to the total number of calls in a certain direction. It is expressed as a percentage. Unsuccessful calls mean calls to which the subscriber did not answer. This parameter characterizes the quality of the route, as ACD does.
- CDR stands for Call Detail Record. The term is widely used in the telecommunications industry to indicate a detailed report of all calls.
- GoIP equipment is GSM-gateways and SIM-banks of the GoIP trademark, manufactured by Hybertone and DBL Tech (China). It is the most popular equipment for use in the field of voip termination services.
- SIM rotation is the process of virtual moving several SIM-cards within the same channel of the GSM gateway. The cards are alternately loaded into one channel for further calls to evenly distribute traffic among SIM-cards and reduce the load on each of them. SIM rotation is aimed at simulating human behavior in GSM networks. Rotation is possible with the use of SIM-bank and SIM-server.
- SIM migration is the process of virtual movement of SIM-cards between the slots of several GSM gateways placed in different locations. SIM migration simulates movement around the city, thereby preventing the card from being blocked by the antifraud system.