Datora Selects DIGITALK Carrier Platform for Wholesale Services

Digitalk_logo.jpgDatora is growing wholesale capacity using the SBC VoIP Peering solution from DIGITALK. The DIGITALK carrier solution now supports more than 1,000 VoIP carrier interconnects at Datora, using SIP, SIP-T and H.323, and incorporates remote media access to minimise international call latency.

The DIGITALK SBC VoIP Peering platform is a complete network solution for international wholesale service providers. The solution is based on DIGITALK's carrier-grade, high capacity Carrier Session Border Controller supporting signalling interworking, carrier and topology hiding, media relay, DTMF interworking and dynamic media transcoding. The platform’s management capabilities include advanced margin- and quality-based carrier routing, real-time rating and credit control, and service monitoring and reporting.
Posted on Nov 21, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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US Phone Selects Telastic Fully-Managed Hosted VoIP Product From Pac-West

pacwest_logo.jpgUS Phone has selected Telastic from Pac-West to drive the expansion of their call center business. US Phone is serving customers worldwide through offices in Brazil and Columbia. As a VoIP industry pioneer, US Phone continues to partner with industry thought-leaders to distribute a complete suite of IP telephony software, solutions and applications.

Pac-West continues to see customers embrace its Telastic on-demand telecom service set, flexibly delivered as fully managed services, self-managed services and infrastructure services. The Telastic solution set includes key telecom service components such as a feature-rich SBC, white-label VoIP and IP-PBX services, certified third-party applications and telephony infrastructure as-a-service offerings.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Junto Telecom of Brazil Selects VocalTec for Class-5 and Enterprise VoIP

vocaltec.jpgJunto Telecom selected VocalTec's suite of VoIP products for the evolution of its Class-5 and IP-Centrex VoIP network. Junto Telecom will be replacing its existing telephony solution with VocalTec's Essentra family of products for a more robust, carrier grade and scalable offering. Junto Telecom, will be using VocalTec's Essentra BAX VoIP Application Server, to bring the latest in enterprise IP telephony services to its subscribers. In conjunction with VocalTec's Essentra CX and Essentra EX solutions, Junto Telecom will also be optimizing its IP-to-PSTN and IP-to-IP interconnection services. In addition, Junto Telecom subscribers will enjoy advanced services such as video calling, calling-card and prepaid services. Designed for deployment in Brazil, the VocalTec solution provides full regulatory compliance and meets local requirements for Number Portability services.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VocalTec Announces Over 10 Customer Deployments in Brazil

vocaltec.jpgVocalTec announces that over 10 service providers in Brazil have selected VocalTec as their VoIP/NGN provider. The telecommunications market in Brazil is by far the largest market in Latin America, with Voice over IP positioned as one of the fastest growing sectors in this market. With over 2 million VoIP subscribers today, market research estimates that the VoIP market in Brazil will grow by around 40% in 2010.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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TIGO Bolivia Enhances VoIP with Acme Packet

acme_packet_logo.jpgTIGO Bolivia is deploying Acme Packet Net-Net session border controllers to support its VoIP interconnects for international long distance. Acme Packet SBCs provide the security and advanced call routing required to scale and optimize its VoIP peering relationships. The Acme Packet solution allows TIGO to offer enhanced quality of service for its international long distance calls by eliminating congestion at its interconnect borders.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Digium and DOW Networks Partner to Serve Latin America, South Africa and the U.S.

digium_logo.gifDigium and DOW Networks announce that DOW Networks has become a Digium Solutions Partner. DOW Networks as a key integration partner has used Asterisk, the open source telephony platform created by Digium, for years to create complex solutions for call centers and enterprises. DOW Networks’ products include domestic and international toll-free service, SIP trunks, Asterisk-based IP PBXs, hosted predictive dialer software, toll-free numbers and a complete portfolio of call center solutions.
Posted on May 27, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Global Crossing Adds CounterPath VoIP Softphone in South America

GC_logo_home.jpgGlobal Crossing has selected CounterPath's eyeBeam softphone as part of its market offering in South America. The IP Telephony softphone enables enterprise workers to use their PC to access their full suite of corporate telephony services - including voice, video and Instant Messaging features - from any broadband connection in the world.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Cedar Point Selected for VoIP and Triple Play Services in Brazil

safariC3.jpgVideomar has deployed Cedar Point's SAFARI C3 Multimedia Switching System for the delivery of one of the first VoIP based triple play services in Brazil. By adding Videomar to its expanding customer base, Cedar Point continues to rapidly increase its presence in the Brazilian market. Cedar Point recently announced product certification on its SAFARI C3 from Brazil-based Anatel. The deployment with Videomar represents the shipment of Cedar Point's 50th switch into the Caribbean and Latin America market.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Telefónica to Offer VoIP Services in the Americas Region

Telefónica has been chosen by Microsoft to provide VoIP services (trademarked Voype by Telefónica) to Windows Live Messenger customers in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, the United States and Venezuela. Telefónica was chosen from a field of several operators to be Microsoft’s sole provider of VoIP services in the region.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Global Crossing to Connect Offices with VoIP Outbound in Brazil and Mexico

GC_logo_home.jpgGlobal Crossing announced a three-year contract with Michael Page to interconnect the company's offices and operations in Brazil and Mexico. Under the agreement, Global Crossing will provide IP VPN services, VoIP Outbound services and managed network services in Brazil and Mexico, as well as local access services in Sao Paulo, where the company's network hub for the region is located. Headquartered in London, Michael Page specializes in the placement of candidates in permanent, contract, temporary and interim positions within client companies around the world.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Nexus Telecom of Brazil Relies on VocalTec for VoIP

vocaltec.jpgNexus Telecom has selected and deployed VocalTec’s Essentra VoIP Peering and Trunking, in partnership with HiSecur, a successful Brazilian Telecom Systems Integrator.

VocalTec was selected by Nexus Telecom following evaluation and benchmarking with several other equipment vendors. The project includes the deployment of VocalTec’s Essentra CX, Trunking solution and Essentra EX, VoIP Peering Manager. Using VocalTec’s solutions, Nexus Telecom will provide secure and seamless interconnection between disparate VoIP networks and provide high quality trunking and PSTN termination services throughout Brazil and worldwide, while reducing service costs, enhancing service flexibility and enabling the rapid addition of new services and applications. VocalTec’s solution was selected to replace and enhance the network solution previously deployed.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Partnership to Bring VoIP Solutions to Telcos in Argentina

vocaltec.jpgVocalTec and Technology Bureau announce their cooperation in providing complete VoIP solutions to the service provider market as well as Telecommunications Community Cooperatives in Argentina.

A TCC is an autonomous democratically managed association of individuals, who jointly respond to common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations. TCCs operate in remote or low-populated areas to provide telephone and Internet services to their target populations. Most TCCs also offer free community services, such as courses on information and communication technologies, and free Internet access to public schools, libraries, and public facilities.
Posted on Dec 13, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Expanded Regional VoIP Network in Brazil

DigiLinea announces the further expansion of DID coverage on the DigiLinea Latin American VoIP network in Brazil. DigiLinea has added the cities of Brasilia and Vitoria to its current Brazilian coverage area of Belo Horizonte, Curitiba, Rio de Janeiro, Florianopolis, Porto Alegre, Fortaleza, and Sao Paulo. This Latin American DID expansion helps DigiLinea further address the needs of the millions of Brazilians who live in the US.
Posted on Feb 08, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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First VoIP-Based Retail Call Shops in Venezuela

Vistula Communications Services, announced that Envox IP, a leading telecommunications VoIP carrier in Venezuela, officially deployed it's first of a series of franchised retail call shops across the country, following several months of trial deployments of Vistula's VoIP technology platform, V-Cube.

Based exclusively on Vistula's V-Cube VoIP platform, Envox and a group of local equipment and software providers will deploy a proprietary VoIP-based telephony solution that runs on Venezuela's most commonly used call shop equipment and software. This will allow for very quick and easy installation of a VoIP offering at a fraction of the equipment and software costs typically associated with the installation of a standard PSTN solution.
Posted on Nov 28, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Low Cost VoIP Service with Unlimited Calls to Brazil

Commex Digital Solutions, LLC, a leading provider of low cost VoIP residential and small business phone services marketed through a network of independent associates has announced a new strategic partnership with the Brazilian church community, enabling members who become Associates of CDS to have unlimited phone service to Brazil for as little as $39.95 per month.

New Associates will also be able to earn both commission and residual income as part of the Commex Digital Solutions marketing program, with their sponsoring church or community organization receiving a percentage of monthly service fees.
Posted on Oct 13, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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