Wholesale VoIP Feature Article
Wholesale VoIP Company Presents Live Demo of Video VoIP Services
Wholesale VoIP provider Pervasip Corp. recently took center stage when the company appeared on the “The Big Biz” Show on Aug. 23 to provide a live demonstration of its video VoIP service.
“The Big Biz Show,” hosted by Bob Sullivan, has been named as one of the top 10 financial radio talk shows by Talkers Magazine. The Big Biz Show covers current events, business trends, investment opportunities, innovations in headline making industries, hot stock picks, live market updates, interviews of global movers, shakers and entrepreneurs, weekly features, a daily dose of common sense and good old fashioned humor.
"We were very pleased to see that Bob ‘Sully’ Sullivan was able to demonstrate the power and convenience of our video VoIP service on his live business program,” Pervasip's Chief Executive Officer Paul Riss said in a statement. “Sully has a significant following, and he reported to us that he received an overwhelming amount of positive feedback regarding our product and the information provided to Sully's listeners by our Chief Information Officer Mark Richards. We are planning future interviews so that consumers can be further educated about our company."
Pervasip Corp., a new generation communications company, delivers video and retail and wholesale VoIP sources. Pervasip is focusing its resources on the growth of its wholly owned subsidiary, VoX Communications (News - Alert). VoX, which relies on its own nationwide network, offers scalable and reliable broadband voice, origination and termination services to cable, wireless and wireline operators, as well as enhanced VoIP telephone service to the small business and residential marketplaces, according to company officials.
In other industry news, nationwide wholesale VoIP provider Alcazar Networks has some news it is eager to spread: finally, there is a low-cost local termination option for VoIP calls, thanks to Alcazar Networks.
Alcazar Networks has expanded its resume of services to now include wholesale local termination (outbound), an offering that promises to provider carriers with substantial cost savings as customers can terminate calls locally at roughly 50 percent of standard intrastate charges. Traffic may be originated anywhere, then handed to Alcazar Networks over a SIP handoff (dedicated facility or public Internet).
“We continue to leverage our network, and partners to make sure every product to the customer benefits their bottom line in these markets,” Alcazar Networks’ President Gavin Grabias told TMCnet in a recent interview. “We currently are only terminating to Verizon (News - Alert) endpoints, however this will expand as our team is done analyzing the impact of terminating to other carriers in the area.”
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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 Chris DiMarco