VoIP software provider Speedflow offers Tier-1 national and global carriers, ISPs, corporate carriers and residential VoIP providers products and services that help businesses to reach more customers and increase profits.
Today, the company announced version 2.20 of its carrier-grade class 4 MediaCore Softswitch, which is available to rent or own. The new updates are offered to existing clients free of charge and take only about 20 minutes to complete.
This latest version of the proprietary Linux-based solution includes a billing, transcoding and a revenue assurance system and has been enhanced to offer more customized use of the system, improved reporting and other options.
Specific modifications in the latest version include GSM FullRate codec support, routing optimization, origination call time limits, transcoding and H.323 optimization, and the ability to modify Web interface features to match specific user needs.
New modification capabilities also include filtering options for incoming/outgoing calls, a new CDR generation tool, the ability to customize invoices, e-mail notification sending, and reports exporting to Excel.
Businesses can try out the solution and realize its benefits with no strings attached as Speedflow Communications offers a free trial period for clients before they buy the MediaCore Softswitch.
Back in June, Gretta Gabrielyan, CEO of XLine Telecom said her company's decision to go with Speedflow’s MediaCore Softswitch helped with increasing their traffic volume.
At the time, the company was renting Mediacore’s billing, transcoding module and Guardian system. "We are currently fully using the billing system, and gradually are mastering all the features of the VoIP quality monitoring system, Guardian. We are testing the softswitch in different load conditions," Gabrielyan said.
Although a final decision needs to be made, "it is safe to say that this software meets all our current needs."The softswitch also took home a 2010 TMC Labs Innovation award for its, “raw innovation, unique features, and significant contributions toward improving communications technology.”
Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering voice and Voice over IP technologies. She also oversees production of TMCnet's e-Newsletters in the areas of Internet telephony and speech technology. To read more of Stefania's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Tammy Wolf