Wholesale VoIP Feature Article
EMS Financial Services to Demonstrate Wholesale VoIP Forum at ITW
EMS Financial Services will demonstrate the EMS TrafficBoard, a forum for wholesale VoIP trading, at International Telecoms Week (ITW), taking place May 23-25, in Washington, D.C. EMS financial Services is a leading global funds disbursement company.
Serving over 1,000 customers, EMS Financial Services will also highlight some of its other offerings at ITW, including Route Financing credits and bridge financing, EMS TrafficNet billing and CDR and EMS Escrow. EMS Financial Services is a primary sponsor of ITW 2011.
The wholesale VoIP leader works to secure financial transactions between multiple telecom parties while protecting confidential network relationships. Global companies such as Tele-Unity, Winnington Networks, SLiM Tel have turned to EMS solutions which help them set up, track and mange telecom trading transactions in real time from anywhere through an online portal.
The EMS TrafficBoard, used by wholesale VoIP traders, allows member companies to post their best rates through online forums.
EMS TrafficBoard is the only independent, third-party entity providing services to meet the project management needs of the international telecommunications market, according to company officials. Transcations are made secure through EMS’s EMS Escrow, which guarantees that all parties receive agreed upon, contracted services.
"EMS Financial Services is fast becoming the company of choice for global wholesale VoIP traders seeking reliable and secure trading platforms," said James Nicholson, managing partner at EMS Financial Services, in a statement. "Our 1,000 plus customers continue to request additional services which has led to the creation of our EMS TrafficBoard, an intuitive portal that offers wholesale VoIP traders around the globe a place to meet and exchange best practices, get updates on the best available rates, and conduct secure transactions leveraging our EMS Escrow service."
“Fax was designed for analog networks and does not travel well over a VoIP network,” John Chisca, vice president of Alcazar Networks told TMCnet. “The reason for this is that fax communication uses the signal in a different way than regular voice communication. When VoIP technologies digitize and compress analog voice communication it is optimized for voice and not for fax. Subsequently, the answer to the problem comes in form of the T.38 protocol.”
T.38 is a protocol that describes how to send a fax over a computer data network.
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Edited by Rich Steeves