World VoIP NewsSpeedflow Comms releases upgraded version of Linux-based VoIP softswitch
Speedflow Comms releases upgraded version of Linux-based VoIP softswitch
Company Speedflow Communications proudly announced the release of its version 2.12 of CallMax Softswitch, an innovative Linux-based Class 5 Softswitch with incorporated billing capabilities. Speedflow, specializing in the creation of optimized VoIP Softswitch solutions, explained that it has rolled out several versions of CallMax Softswitch solution version 2.12.
The basic modification includes versatile multilingual IVR for Calling Cards which can provide verbal notifications of balance state and amount of minutes left, according to a company’s officials. Additional features include VoIP Call back and support for all major Gateway types and DID products. Additionally, the company also introduced many Web-interface modifications such as a totally new user-friendly Web site to back up expectations of owners, distributors and end users. It features flexible operational taxonomy for reseller and users, flexible Gateway and DID management as well as and PayPal integration, boasted by company’s officials. Another Web modification presented is bulk user generation for consumers who display similar conditions of making calls. Softswitch upgrades will be offered free to all Speedflow Communication customers base. Those interested users can introduce updates with the help of the 24/7 NOC support center. The enterprise’s optimized portfolio includes numerous Carrier-grade products and solutions. The Single Point of Control solutions offered by Speedflow contains Mediacore a Class 4 Softswitch, Callmax a Class 5 Softswitch, Pay-n-Get type of Processing system and AccuCore (VoIP ERP-system). These applications assist customers by speeding up convenient management. In November 2011 Speedflow Communications has launched two new points of presence in the American region to expand opportunities for business. Noting about the benefits of establishing points of presence in the USA, the Speedflow CEO explained that they not only fostered the relationship with the American customers but also supported to launch interconnections with big American telecoms industrial giants, therefore making the company to cooperate closely with the locals. The role as a VoIP SoftSwitch solutions developer will be further expanded as customers can be ensured with end-to-end solutions without any associated worries about servers, interfaces and collaboration.These so called Points of Presence (PoP) will improve connectivity in North America.The company serves customers in the VoIP market offering high-quality telecom services and VoIP software solutions. Speedflow delivers services to 700 customers across the globe ranging from Tier-1 national and global carriers to ISPs, corporate carriers and residential VoIP providers.
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