World VoIP NewsSpeedflow Communications releases upgraded VoIP wholesale softswitch
Speedflow Communications releases upgraded VoIP wholesale softswitch
Company Speedflow Communications rolled out the latest version of the carrier grade class 4 MediaCore Softswitch, a proprietary Linux-based softswitch created specially for wholesale VoIP services providers. MediaCore 2.22 version is augmented by several Web interface and billing features such as GMT option for invoice initiation, automated routine CDR upload to outer FTP, new filtering capabilities in CDR, new alert and notification utilities, as well as new options of “Active calls” menu and PayPal incorporation.
Additionally new VoIP Softswitch delivers crucial modifications including T.38 in h323 optimization, h.323 and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) optimization and termination cause codes optimization. The company is working heavily to upkeep all these updates to be free of at minimal cost to all users. These updates can be launched within 30 minutes, as per company officials. Speedflow Communications provides high-quality telecom services and VoIP software solutions. The company also announced it is expanding their Technical support team to strengthen their customer care activities. Speedflow Communications offers Single Point of Control solutions including Mediacore (Clas 4 Softswitch), Callmax (Class 5 Softswitch), Pay-n-Get (Processing system) and AccuCore (VoIP ERP-system). In a associated industry announcement board, wholesale VoIP provider Alcazar Networks declared it is offering a low-cost local termination option for VoIP calls. The Company has expanded its portfolio of services to now include wholesale local termination (outbound), an offering that provides substantial cost savings as customers can terminate calls locally at almost 50 percent of standard US intrastate fees. “We continue to leverage our network, and partners could be sure each product to the customer benefits their bottom line in these markets,” Alcazar Networks’ President Gavin Grabias stated. “We currently are only terminating to Verizon endpoints, however this will expand as our staff is done analyzing the influence of VoIP terminating to other carriers in the area.”
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