Skype Selects Teleglobe to Connect its Global Community

Skype has selected Teleglobe voice termination services to provide call termination for SkypeOut, a feature in Skype software that allows users to make cheap calls to landlines and mobiles around the world.

Skype connects to VSNL’s international global network via the Teleglobe VoIPLink service, a redundant, scalable and cost-effective way to exchange VoIP traffic worldwide, that facilitates interoperability, quality and codec support. SkypeOut is terminated using the Teleglobe Voice Termination Service, assuring high-quality retail voice termination for SkypeOut users.

Teleglobe VoIPLink allows for direct traffic exchange with the VSNL international global TDM/VoIP network while bridging all interoperability issues, providing significant savings in capital and operating expenses, faster time-to-market and reduction in the time and costs associated with adding capacity. This flexible interface allows consumer VoIP providers, ISPs and Broadband providers to exchange and terminate voice traffic.

As one of the world's largest international wholesale carriers with more than 415 combined direct and bilateral relationships with leading international voice telecommunications providers, VSNL provides a full suite of global voice solutions. Over 450 customers including the major portal players are currently utilizing VoIPLink, the Teleglobe premiere voice peering service. VoIPLink provides full interoperability with a diverse list of VoIP equipment and software vendors across multiple protocols.

Further information regarding VSNL’s suite of voice solutions can be found at

Posted on May 23, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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