VoIP Innovations (News - Alert), North America’s premier wholesale VoIP carrier, has expanded its VoIP termination footprint and service offering for SIP providers.
"In the last 6-months we have invested quite a bit of financial and human capital into our short duration (dialer) and standard duration (conversational) termination products,” said Nick Medina, VP of business development for VoIP Innovations, in a statement.
Medina said that the company has deployed a new proprietary Least Cost Routing management software, invested in additional switching equipment and added over a dozen new carriers to its routes.
Officials with VoIP Innovations said that the company has a business model that is uniquely different than those of traditional carriers. VoIP Innovations offers their own termination routes as well as routes from dozens of the top US and Canadian termination carriers.
“By doing this, we are creating a least cost rate deck for our customers and reducing the pain associated with managing multiple carriers,” said Nick Medina.
Company officials said that in addition to aggregation benefit, VoIP Innovations large traffic volume, allows them to provide a more competitive pricing model than most clients would get direct from those carriers.
VoIP Innovations, company officials claimed, is also one of the nation's largest short duration termination providers, also known as dialer or predictive traffic. While most carriers have shunned away from this type of traffic, VoIP Innovations has embraced it.
If fact, they invested in their infrastructure to add additional capacity. This upgrade was necessary for the growing demand that would allow several of their dialer clients to have a virtually unlimited amount of concurrent call sessions.
Network infrastructure and voice quality is top priority for VoIP Innovations. They are always looking for additional high quality voip routes. But managing several million routes is no easy task.
"We recently deployed proprietary software which provides better route and pricing management,” stated Tim Linn, lead engineer for VoIP Innovations.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny