VoIP Inc. announced today that its subsidiary VoIP Americas has released the beta of its latest enterprise offering—Native VoIP™. The new service will allow new and current IP PBX operators to peer directly with via The Internet to gain access to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and fully leverage the functionality of their next generation systems.
In addition to the significant cost savings—typically about 40 – 50% less than legacy carriers—subscribers will be able to reap additional benefits including real time disaster recovery and fail over to alternate IP addresses, PSTN lines or subscriber defined intercept messages. Additionally, subscribers will have access to instant provisioning of local Direct Inward Dial (DIDs) and toll free numbers from across the United States.
“We are pleased to be among the first carriers providing Business Class VoIP peering to IP PBX (private branch exchange) operators via The Internet.” – President of VoIP Americas – was quoted as saying. “This solution not only provides a host of critical benefits to enterprises customers, but leverages our extensive IP Peering to provide toll-quality voice over Public Internet and deliver the first business class voipsla™(Voice Over Internet Protocol- Service Level Agreement) in the industry.”
“This new product is revolutionary in concept and development large and small businesses switching to IP based PBX’s will be able to reduce yearly operating cost of their phone service by well over 50%; this is a substantial savings for any size company. In addition to the savings factor the ease of connectivity is a huge benefit to IPBX vendors and their customers. Rather then waiting weeks for connectivity from legacy carriers, our product allows instantaneous and seamlessly connectivity; this is a true step forwarding IP based communications” said Steven Ivester CEO VoIP, Inc.