IPsmarx (News - Alert) Technology, Inc., a provider of softswitch, billing and prepaid solutions for IP service providers, has won TMC’s 2014 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award for its IPsmarx Class 5 Softswitch with Breeze Mobile Application.
"Juniper Research (News - Alert) expects there will be one billion mobile VoIP subscribers by 2017," says IPsmarx CEO Arash Vahidnia, "Our Mobile VoIP Application Breeze is designed to enable our clients to capitalize on this growing demand and ensure business continuity in an evolving market."
The Class 5 Softswitch integrates billing, call routing, e-commerce, auto-provisioning, DID assignment, and invoicing in to one user-friendly platform. Allowing service providers to unify voice and data traffic in one network, the solution provides flexible, programmable routing intelligence and includes a management application for switching and phone operations.
Including enhanced supplementary consumer and enterprise services such as voicemail, call monitoring, call holding, and call transferring; IPsmarx Communication Session Server engine allows clients to log on to the system to manage calls, access IP Gateways and provide complete AAA Billing Solutions for both SIP and H323 customers.
Recently, IPsmarx Technology announced that Breeze is now available on the BlackBerry 10 platform, including the z10, q10 and q5—the latter of which helps Breeze access emerging markets, which the q5 is targeted towards. With additional support for Android (News - Alert) and iOS, Breeze is now available on over 90 percent of smartphones, based on operating system market share as of Q3 2013 according to Gartner.
"It gives me great pleasure to recognize IPsmarx with a 2014 Product of the Year Award for its commitment to excellence and innovation," said Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), CEO, TMC. "In the opinion of our distinguished judges, the Breeze Mobile Application has proven to be among the best communications and technology solutions on the market in 2014. I look forward to continued innovation from IPsmarx."
Edited by Cassandra Tucker