Citrus Adopts DIGITALK VoIP Peering

Digitalk_logo.jpgCitrus Telecom has introduced DIGITALK’s Session Border Controller VoIP Peering to their established DIGITALK network. The VoIP Peering application will allow Citrus to rapidly add multiple carrier groups and interconnects to terminate traffic, offering their customers greater service flexibility than other competing facilities management providers. To Citrus this also means greater operations efficiency as they are able to automate routing options in real time to critically control profitability.

The advanced routing capabilities within the DIGITALK VoIP Peering solution provides application service providers with precise control over route selection based on carrier cost, quality and margin. Specifically, quality indicators such as ASR, ACD and PDD regulate service levels and provide the ability to offer different grades of service to their customers. Margin-based routing criteria can be applied to ensure traffic is routed without loss or within a minimum profit threshold meaning Citrus have control over and are protected from loss-making routes.

The DIGITALK SBC VoIP Peering application is a complete platform solution for international wholesale service providers backed with comprehensive operations and business support, including an intuitive service management web portal. It is delivered on DIGITALK’s carrier-grade, high-capacity Session Border Controller supporting signalling interworking, carrier and topology hiding, media relay, DTMF interworking and software-based dynamic transcoding.

Posted on Jul 27, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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