International Carrier Sales & Solutions (News - Alert) (ICSS), the international wholesale division of Deutsche Telekom AG, has recently launched a new point of presence (PoP) in New York.
With years of experience in the international wholesale communication market, ICSS has the proficiency to provide clients with tailor-made solutions. The advanced technologies are offered on a global basis with a special focus on Europe.
With the opening up of a new IP PoP in New York, ICSS aims to expand its reach in the eastern coast of the United States. The company can now provide fast and reliable voice connectivity to key partners in North and South America.
Backed by company’s NGVi platform, the New York gateway promises to offer quality for intra-American termination. The new PoP also meets all the technological necessities currently in the U.S. market, since it already runs on the Internet Protocol (IP) network standard.
"With the New York PoP we can now offer our clients around the world higher voice-call efficiency, quality and capability,” said Holger Magnussen, Senior Vice President of Deutsche Telekom (News - Alert) International Carrier Sales & Solutions. “This is once again proof of our commitment to help our customers grow by enabling cost-effective and reliable voice interconnect services – no matter where they are."
Earlier in January, International Carrier Sales & Solutions (ICSS) had announced the successful launch of a new IP PoP (Point of Presence) in Istanbul and Hong Kong.
Set-up was completed only three-months after signing a cooperation agreement with partner Turkcell (News - Alert) Superonline (TSOL). The quick implementation time demonstrates the conviction of both parties that the project will play a major role in contributing to market development in Turkey. The Istanbul IP PoP is situated at one of the most frequented and important data centers in the city.
The company also sees great growth potential in the Asia-Pacific region, and it will persist in helping regional clients expand their business opportunities.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson