Velocity VoIP, a company offering secure and reliable cloud-based switching and billing solutions, has been making a sincere effort to offer affordable VoIP solutions that lower costs without depriving the consumer of the right to choose which services are suitable for them.
The company’s new cloud-based hosted softswitch has been a popular choice for many small to large-size carriers and services providers, as it offers full advantages of an unlimited license.
To make it more convenience for its customers, the company has announced that an ITSP business can now be started without purchasing any software or building their own infrastructure.
Speaking on this occasion, Jason Silverman, Velocity's director of sales, said that with Velocity VoIP's cloud-based hosted softswitch, resellers are now able to start their own VoIP company without having to make large out of pocket investments or commitments.
Velocity VoIP’s hosted softswitch is backed by the Porta One platform. This high capacity, fully redundant telecommunication services and subscriber management software platform enables carriers, VoIP service providers, ISPs, MVNOs, and network operators to unify voice, fax traffic within a single converged network.
The company’s VoIP-hosted softswitch has united PortaBilling, PortaSIP and PortaUM capabilities to build a definitive telecommunication services and subscriber management platform.
The Velocity VoIP class 4/5 IP Centrex softswitch comes with media application servers and offers features such as hunt-groups, call forwarding and follow-me, call transfer and parking, group pickup, Web and phone voicemail, teleconferencing, IMAP server for email clients, auto attendant; message waiting, abbreviated dialing and more.
Silverman further added, “Everything you need to be in the telephony business will be at your fingertips right away with the Velocity VoIP cloud-based platform."
Found in 2005, Velocity VoIP offers top quality VoIP origination and termination services to ITSP's, call centers and hosted PBX (News - Alert) providers around the world.
Edited by Alisen Downey