World VoIP Newsinetwork initiates cooperation with Lightyear Solutions for effective VoIP applicationsinetwork initiates cooperation with Lightyear Solutions for effective VoIP applications

inetwork initiates cooperation with Lightyear Solutions for effective VoIP applications


inetwork initiates cooperation with Lightyear Solutions for effective VoIP applications
Enterprise inetwork, as a prominent vendor of VoIP technology based call center and related telecoms solutions such as regular telephony, SMS and emergency calling, announced about partnership with Lightyear Network Solutions as the innovative VoIP applications provider to launch inetwork's VoIP enhanced 911 telephony calls re-routing solution.
"We are delighted to help Lightyear canalize their operations and ensure their incremental growth," state Bob Glosson, Vice president at inetwork , in an official press release. "Company’s operational expertise and tailored services make Lightyear to concentrate on their clients, not the cumbersome regulatory management and complexity of E911 deployments." Lightyear ensures digital data, voice and Wi-Fi telecoms solutions to several tens of thousands of corporate and residential clients in USA and Canada. The company’s portfolio offerings include individual PRI supported by digital T1, comprehensive Internet services, MPLS, Ethernet, VoIP, regional and long distance calling with multi-layered conferencing."Lightyear is happy to cooperate with inetwork for dedicated VoIP E911 utilities," explained Brian Garrison, Lightyear's vice president of Strategic Planning and Marketing. "inetwork's features ample and user-friendly clientele portal makes it conveniently for us to fulfil and handle dynamic E911 service. Additionally inetwork delivers to us unsurpassed level of flexibility and a more reasonable rate, which makes us to provide a quality product to our customers." inetwork supports dynamic and completely saturated E911 solutions for efficient VoIP networks, hosted PBXs and over-the-top (OTT) operators, as the matter of augmentation of automatic location information (ALI) services for regional digital exchange operators carriers. The enterprise also provides a complete asset of applications for demanding application designers and telecomms services providers. In accordance with a recent TMCnet research, next generation 911 is arriving to a new service called next-gen jargon: end-to-end, which refers to a cloud network deploying SIP and network organic parts defined in the US National Emergency Number Association’s i3 regulatory definitions that send and re-route 911 calls depending on the factual location of the caller. The innovative standing alone feature in the NENA i3 standard is that the position location of the 911 caller is emitted in the SIP traffic when the initial 911 call is processed. Afterwards 911 call is then re-routed to the appropriate PSAP based on the location encoded in the call, and both the voice RTP stream and the location arrive at the PSAP over an IP/SIP network in an uniquely short period of time. This makes procedures fast reliable and honed for particular situation arisen.


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