announces the completion and immediate availability of its VoIP SuperNode, the industry’s first ultra-low-latency high-capacity business VoIP private network node provided by a nationally leading internet telephony service provider. The SuperNode is delivered over Level 3 Communication’s low-latency network routes across the U.S. and Europe, enabling IP5280 to offer direct on-net coverage to businesses in those regions.
The SuperNode is built inside the IP5280 CLOVER - IP5280’s cloud-based computing platform. CLOVER’s patent-pending architecture leverages a network of best-of-breed feature servers – including Broadsoft, Microsoft OCS and open source – to deliver optimal performance, increased redundancy and enhanced customization capabilities at a lower cost point.
The IP5280 SuperNode is supercharged with 40 lambda wavelengths of capacity, or 400 Gbps of capacity at its direct disposal. The network design includes a direct OC-192 SONET connection directly into IP5280’s fully owned and maintained co-location CLOVER POP (Point-of-Presence) located in the Denver area, centrally accessing Level 3’s global network. IP5280 offers a portfolio of advanced VoIP services including high-definition voice, unified communications, CRM integration and multi-point video conferencing.