Network Access is a term used to broadly define all access services provided by telecom providers. Network Access can be broken down into two main sub groups, Voice Access and Data Access.
Voice Access includes all voice services that give clients access to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). The PSTN is a voice cloud that addresses all end-points by telephone number and allows people and devices to make and receive calls on demand.
Data Access includes all data services that give clients access to the Internet and/or Private Network destinations. Devices connected to these broadband networks are addressed by IP address, controlled by advanced routing and can have the flexibility to move information to and from anywhere in the world.
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