REVE Systems offers Hosted iTel Switch Plus at a fairly scalable package of $290/ month for start-up VoIP service providers. An affordable monthly rent charged by REVE Systems allows many aspirants to start their own VoIP business with complete peace of mind as the entire management of the softswitch is looked after by REVE.
One very important benefit of Hosted offerings is that it allows for the quick start of any VoIP business.
The Hosted iTel Switch Plus is available in multiple packages in order to meet different requirements of service providers. And, whenever a service provider is looking for expansion in the VoIP business, can upgrade at anytime to the licensed iTel Switch Plus with complete ease.
Also, the Hosted iTel Switch Plus 2.0 is completely hack-proof as it is backed by dual levels of protection. The primary protection is basically password-based authentication and the secondary is an IP-based authentication. Apart from offering a high level of security, Hosted iTel Switch Plus also offers features such as “Never Go Negative”, “Mobile Top-Up” and “Unlimited Level Reseller Creation.”
The Never Go Negative feature ensures user pin balance from going negative. Whereas the mobile top up facility allows top up and voice calls from a PIN. Hosted iTel Switch Plus 2.0 also supports ‘N’ level of reseller creation which gives the flexibility to create unlimited number of resellers at any level
Hosted iTel Switch Plus 2.0 comes with an integrated billing software. The Softswitch allows service providers to evaluate their business from flexible monitoring reports, its call log report gives service providers a live commentary on their servers, and comparison reports of A to Z routes among different providers are useful for making business decisions.
REVE Systems is a Symbian foundation member as well as part of Nokia developer forum and Blackberry and iPhone (News - Alert) developer community. It serves 1250 service providers across 65 countries.
The company is headquartered in Singapore and has its offices in Bangladesh, India and UK.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi