World VoIP NewsSoleo Comms announces the partnership with Squire Tech for enhanced VoIP products
Soleo Comms announces the partnership with Squire Tech for enhanced VoIP products
Enterprise Soleo Communications, as a vendor of phone call processing applications for tiered carriers as well as advertising corporates, has announced a strategic partnership with company Squire Technologies, working in matters of Next Generation Networks, TDM and VoIP telecommunications utilities and associated products, in order to deliver SS7 for VoIP connectivity specifically for Soleo clientele.
The partnership is designed to promote Squire Technologies’ Media Gateways to bring up VoIP call features and huge operational potential in Soleo’s Call Transfer platform. The platform enables carriers capture calls to non-operational business numbers and re-route them to a directory assistance support agent who can help the inbound caller to get another entity that will meet their particular needs. The service prevents all the “dead end” that normally happens when a business number is withdrawn. Therefore company provides a new level of service to clients and innovative source of revenues from expanded directory for massive call volumes. In order to forward this provisioning service, Soleo deploys Squire’s R&D services, which has massive experience in VoIP and SS7 technologies. “We has taken Squire due to its particular vision for service we were seeking to operate for our customer base, and have been happy with the skills and expertise their staff has performed,” John Kemp, VP of Sales and Marketing at Soleo stated. “They’ve worked in a tight partnership with our technicians to ensure that the end product supported the features we were seeking for.” Squire’s Laboratory has more than twenty years of marketing presence in the industry. It enables telecommunications organizations who have previously been constrained to legacy SS7 and ISDN applications to acquire and enjoy VoIP networks in a full scale. The company also ensures traffic crossing points and protocol converters for extension customers’ networks in the future. “We were amazed by Soleo’s innovative service, and have got excellent results of working with them to launch the deployment,” boasted Simon Dinnage, director at Squire. As it was announced by the company before, Lightspeed Communications from Bahrain, working in industry of fixed line telecommunications and a subsidiary of France Telecom, has augmented its network by incorporating Squire Technologies’ products and services. Lightspeed has taken Session Border Controller (SBC) and Media Gateway products from Squire Technologies because of an excellent performance of Squire over the past year, as well as the performance demonstrated by Squire’s solutions in numerous telecom platform deployment projects.
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