Wholesale VoIP Feature Article
Wholesale VoIP Operators to Benefit from Latest Offerings
DTMF Networks, a company that offers vSwitch and vBOSS, hosted softswitch rental and VoIP billing management services for wholesale VoIP operators and termination service providers, is now adding top of the line NGN (Next Generation Network) carrier-grade switching, billing and routing capabilities to its resume of offerings.
The new technology will help wholesale service providers provide efficient services, without having to put up large investments for building and managing VoIP softswitch and OSS infrastructure. vSwitch, its Hosted / Partitioned Softswitch, works on Genband's S3 interconnecting VoIP gateways.
“With our choice of softswitch and billing platforms including hardware and software systems etc. we cater to full range of Class-4 VoIP service needs,” a senior executive at DTMF Networks said in a statement. “We employ market-leading Genband Softswitch, Session Border Controllers, top-of-the-line VoIP billing solution, all hosted at state-of-the-art collocation facility in Boston, U.S., ensuring highly reliable and cost effective services to our customers across the globe.”
Wholesale VoIP operators will now be able to guarantee that they can provide sufficient services without the requirement of large funds or recruiting/ training a team of technicians thanks to the Next Generation Class-4 Softswitch technology.
“VoIP softswitch offered by DTMF Networks provides operators option to choose from different payment plans according to their business needs, based on the number of E1s/ Ports/ Minutes,” another company executive added. “It allows wholesale service providers to operate without locking substantial investment to a costly platform. There is option of integrating with vBoss, the company's own VoIP services billing system, or CDR transfer to any 3rd party system for billing.”
In other industry news, recently wholesale VoIP provider Alcazar Networks announced that it is now offering direct on net/off net Canada termination routes at significant savings, building upon Alcazar’s decision last month to cover 100 percent of Canada which includes over 26,400 routes. These Canada routes are in addition to the wholesale VoIP company’s full US48 dialer termination deck which currently has over 140,800 routes.
The savings of Canadian routes are as much as 20 percent, according to John Chisca, vice president of Alcazar Networks.
“Until recent, Alcazar Networks only provided US48 termination but due to overwhelming requests, we have added direct suppliers to our termination offering,” Chisca told TMCnet. “Customers that were using multiple carriers will now have the ability to use Alcazar Networks for not only their US48 termination but also for their Canadian termination needs. Keeping quality in the foreground, we are still able to offer our customers termination at a savings!”
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Carrie Schmelkin is a Web Editor for TMCnet. Previously, she worked as Assistant Editor at the New Canaan Advertiser, a 102-year-old weekly newspaper, covering news and enhancing the publication's social media initiatives. Carrie holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and a bachelor's degree in English from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Tammy Wolf