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Allstream Canada expands its SIP trunking portfolio


Allstream Canada expands its SIP trunking portfolio
Canadian prominent telecommunications solutions provider company Allstream has announced about the extended portfolio of its proprietary SIP trunking platforms, making it possible to acquire extra 10,000 SMBs and big-sized corporations in North America.
Once deploying the SIP platforms, more organizations in a numerous cities do not need standing alone proprietary VoIP and data processing applications. "Clients can face massive expenditures costs savings of up to 40 per cent by putting in matter voice signaling and data processing," explained representatives from Allstream. "We expect to conjoin all those considerable savings, attached with all the operational improvements brought up by the SIP Trunking technology, to much more Canadian customers." Company Allstream quite recently forwarded its very specific Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS), in format of a completely managed technology of unified communications, also collaboration suits. Allstream HCS delivers the dedicated Cisco Unified Communications and Collaboration management platforms to North American businesses by means of a cost-effective, managed delivery approach. The enterprise’s SIP trunking, also makes organizations to merge all voice signaling onto their efficient and powerful Web embedded lane. By means of implementing a multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) data system or the Web to provide voice signaling, Allstream's SIP trunking becomes a really unsurpassed full-fledged rich set of telephony features, while also offering enhanced collaboration and communication – including integrated voice, video, and mobility applications, in framework of unified communications as a service (UCaaS) concept. The list of the primary benefits from SIP trunking consists with the cost savings by cutting down monthly telecommunications expenditures without compromising on basic principles of call quality; reduced operating expenses by eliminating the need to manage and maintain separate voice and data networks; increased efficiencies in network management by means of converged network procedures, more versatility from being capable to change SIP trunking bandwidth as required, also wider geographical deployment attached with local phone numbers. Allstream reports almost 600,000 Web connectivity destinations covered by its 20,000 miles Canadian fiber network. Being the subsidiary of Manitoba Telecom Services, enterprise Allstream is a prominent entity in VoIP telecoms and the only Canadian provider for covering business’s needs.


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