has announced it will now deploy its Hosted VoIP service over a private MPLS network with end-to-end prioritized network traffic, predictable application performance and built-in Quality of Service (QoS).
Geckotech’s Hosted Cisco (News
) VoIP service over MPLS enables organizational to connect geographically dispersed office locations and employees over a secure and fully-redundant network. The service also provides ease of phone system management, and allows the organization to scale without difficulty. In addition, organizations can also increase workforce efficiency and collaboration.
What makes Geckotech’s Hosted VoIP service unique is that it allows enterprises to benefit from advanced communications functionality without paying a huge amount to buy a premise-based phone system. In fact, they can save up to forty percent on monthly recurring costs by using this service.
Organizations choosing Geckotech will also be relieved from the difficulty and complexity associated with juggling multiple telecom providers as the company acts as a single vendor contact for complete phone system management and maintenance, installation and on-going customer support.
Geckotech connects all client sites on a highly secure MPLS network, and they can reach each other by using free 4-digit extension dialing. The company bills them only once a month for these services that include unlimited local and long distance calling, unlimited Virtual Faxing, and more than 50 advanced features for collaboration and productivity.
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) provides a number of benefits to organizations. It not only increases speed of network traffic flow, but also enables traffic prioritization. Moreover MPLS reduces transit delays and improves network efficiency.
Geckotech’s Managing Partner, Josh Robbins (News
) noted that their hosted VoIP service enables today’s enterprises to securely and cost-effectively utilize the advanced communications technology they need to remain competitive.
“Our clients are able to operate with multiple sites nationwide as if they are all under one roof, on one private and secure MPLS network.”
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi