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Teo Names NuWave as SIP Trunking Partner
So, you’ve selected a wholesale VoIP provider to expand your portfolio of offerings, great. Very exciting. But, what happens when you find out that is incapable of protecting the exchange of sensitive information, or internal communications? Security must remain front of mind in the decision making process.
This week, Teo announced the selection of NuWave Communications as its preferred SIP Trunking service provider and partner. For a firm like Teo that specializes in delivering VoIP solutions to government, defense, intelligence and commercial communities security is front and center as a priority, and Nuwave can help in delivering secure VoIP solutions.
"NuWave's carrier-grade network provides optimal uptime and reliability customers have come to expect from us. Backed by 24-hour support and U.S.-based, geo-redundant Tier IV datacenters, NuWave's SIP Trunking will allow Teo's partners to simplify communications, maximize security, scale efficiently, and unify their network with resilient and reliable solutions," said Gary Woods, Vice President of Business Development at NuWave.
Bringing NuWave on board means added capabilities. And for Teo, that builds customized solutions in-house, NuWave certainly expands the developer sandbox and augment’s Teo’s portfolio of TSG-6, secure VoIP, business VoIP, contact center and unified communications solutions.
"We are excited to offer this level of reliability and security with Nuwave, one of the few US-based carriers offering TLS/SRTP certified SIP Trunking services," Teo Vice President of Sales, Travis Burris said. "We look forward to offering this service to expand our communications solutions and further support our partners' success."
Wholesale VoIP providers are challenged with a highly competitive space coupled with service provider customers seeking only the best in VoIP solutions. VoIP providers pushing the envelope of innovation, capable of offerings secure, scalable and reliable solutions will win the day.
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