Global IP Telecommunications Unveils Free Plug & Play Solution for Business VoIP Services
Global IP Telecommunications, a manufacturer of auto provisioning-capable softphone applications for business VoIP applications, has just introduced plug & play software that has been created to supplement SIP VoIP services.
The new software product called SSC which stands for Simple SIP Channel will enable businesses to offer unobstructed business VoIP services that will be available at WIFI hotspots, in hotels and other restricted networks.
"Our business VoIP telephones can now be used as simply as plugging a classic phone into a wall socket, picking it up and making calls!" said Michael Best, CEO of Global IP Telecommunications, in a statement.
Best added the solution makes VoIP data appear as if a user was browsing websites in order to bypass firewalls in complicated network environments. “Users are even able to make calls to and from so-called 'VoIP Blocking Countries!' They can also select a specific SSC access point and to turn SSC on or off.”
Global IP Telecommunications took two years to create this product after the concept was first invented, and throughout its development process the company focused on the quality and speed of the data transport mechanism to ensure tap-proof point-to-point encryption of voice data.
Currently, SSC is offered free of cost to subscribers. The company also launched a Linux and Windows variant of the software available for download at www.globaliptel.com. Additionally, SSC can be seamlessly integrated with all Ninja Software Telephones from Global IP Telecommunications.
"Companies will particularly take advantage of the simple and very convenient way to connect mobile computers to their fixed PBX. What in the world is more satisfying than to start a piece of software and have everything work perfectly?," said Bernd Roellgen, CTO of Global IP Telecommunications, in a statement.
A recent survey conducted by business VoIP telephone and cloud communications provider 8x8 finds that small- to mid-size businesses are expecting future growth, but are “acutely more aware of the need to reduce costs than they have been in the past.”
In the words of 8x8 Chairman and CEO Bryan Martin, “Clearly, the economy remains very challenging for small businesses, and they're realizing the need to scrutinize expenses and prepare for growth by making the right choices now.”
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Edited by Jamie Epstein