Digerati Technologies, a global provider of cloud communication services, recently announced that it has deployed Sansay's (News - Alert) VoIP session control system. The deployment of Sansay's VSXi system will create operating efficiencies, while at the same time increase the overall quality of service for Digerati's global VoIP services and SIP Trunking applications.
The Sansay VSXi system replaces Digerati's current VoIP session control and class four softswitch equipment and will now serve as the foundation for the company's next generation technology platform.
In a release, Andy Voss, CEO of Sansay, said, "Sansay's combination of superior product and outstanding technical support set the foundation for Digerati's next generation network while helping reduce costs and improve quality. Sansay's advanced least cost routing (LCR) capabilities, with interfaces to local number portability (LNP), Teleblock, and ENUM databases, will contribute to Digerati's success in offering efficient and cost competitive VoIP solutions. Digerati is now better positioned to capitalize on high-growth markets including SIP trunking and other enterprise VOIP markets."
Digerati went through an extensive process evaluating other session control systems before selecting Sansay's VSXi platform. The Sansay solution will be deployed at Digerati's primary network operations facility in San Antonio, Texas, and will become an essential component of the company's network architecture that enhances its product line.
Ruben Caraveo, President of Digerati, said, "The VSXi will serve as the cornerstone to our future product diversification strategies. The expanded capacity enables us to set the stage for our FY2012 business plan and is expected to improve our revenue and margin potential."
Sansay provides VOIP inter-carrier/peering and subscriber access session border control systems that provide a unique combination of industry leading performance, stability and scalability.
Digerati is a cloud communications service provider that looks to meet the global needs of businesses that are seeking simple, flexible, and cost-effective solutions.
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Edited by John Lahtinen