Wholesale VoIP Feature Article
Version 3.0 of MediaCore Softswitch Is Ready For Take-Off This Month
With the introduction of June today, Speedflow Communications, a UK-based VoIP softswitch developer, also recently introduced its 3.0 version of MediaCore Class 4 Softswitch. Speedflow has been operating in the VoIP market since 2004 and is known for its high-quality telecom services and VoIP software solutions.
This latest version of the carrier-grade Softswitch is more productive, responsive, and capable of demonstrating the power of synergy within developers and customers, its maker explained in a press release.
Scheduled to be released this month, this new advancement is expected to enable clients to better compete in the fast-evolving VoIP market, and paired with an integrated billing feature, the MediaCore version 3.0 is ideal for any-sized VoIP wholesale carriers, its maker maintained.
The company explained that the new features have been incorporated keeping the current industry trends and demands in mind. While dial peer routing algorithms have been incorporated to boost up client’s productivity and flexibility, the context routing for voice has been designed to offer geographically distributed server clusters. Sophisticated and tailored routing can increase call completion for up to 15 percent, thus minimizing routine workflow.
In its new version, Speedflow Communications has also introduced a multicurrency feature that allows VoIP companies to accept different currencies without having to fret about conversion of price lists and balances from one currency to another.
Equipped with CDR generation mechanism, the MediaCore v3.0 makes Call Detail Records available for incoming and outgoing calls in real time. Additionally, CDRs generally support a wider range of data, and through a refreshed web interface, allow the users to export any report in Excel files.
In February, Speedflow Communications also released version 2.12 of CallMax Softswitch, a proprietary Linux-based Class 5 Softswitch with integrated billing. According to Speedflow, several modifications have been introduced in its CallMax Softswitch solution version 2.12, including flexible multilingual IVR for Calling Cards, which can give verbal announcements of balance state and number of minutes left, according to a release.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo
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