VoIP has become a key component of communications strategies for many businesses. It offers businesses the freedom to connect their phones virtually, without the need for costly landlines, and can improve call quality with features such as HD voice. For companies with remote employees, a VoIP softswitch solution is ideal, as it allows them to work from just about anywhere.
REDCOM (News - Alert) Laboratories is a company specializing in IP-enabled core communications systems. With nearly 35 years of experience under its belt, the company has long been offering its customers with state-of-the-art public and private network systems, VoIP and TDM technology transportable systems, and application development platforms.
The company’s next-generation softswitch solutions come with extensive SIP-based VoIP capabilities, including SIP trunking, allowing lower exchange carriers to scale their network faster and more cost-effectively than with traditional trunks and phone lines, thus cutting operating costs.
REDCOM next-generation Class 4/5 softswitches leverage and preserve all the functionality and investment in legacy assets, and offer safe passage to move to VoIP technology. REDCOM’s HDX and SLICE family of products are advanced Class 4/5 softswitch solutions that integrate key IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) elements in a single platform. These softswitch platforms enable service providers to deploy flexible networks that can match up to the demands of end-users at a very economical cost.
One key benefit indicated for the REDCOM System is that it does not require recurring expenditures, such as mandatory service agreements or software upgrades. REDCOM is also moving advanced intelligence to the edge with several new apps to boost productivity, increase revenue, and enhance subscriber satisfaction.
REDCOM’s next-generation, carrier-class features include converged communications in a single platform, industry-standard SIP-based architecture, enhanced centrex, remote access interoperability and SNMP support.
REDCOM, a member of the Pacific Islands Telecommunications Association (PITA), will be exhibiting its carrier-class softswitch solutions at the Pacific Telecommunications Council (News - Alert) conference later this month.
Edited by Alisen Downey