MERA Systems (News - Alert), which sells carrier-grade VoIP products and information security systems, has over 600 carrier-grade deployments in 68 countries, and controls 70 percent of the VoIP Softswitch market in Russia & CIS countries to date.
That’s about a four percent slice of the worldwide market, not a bad percentage, and certainly an impressive, commanding presence in the potentially lucrative former Soviet bloc.
Company officials say MERA VoIP Transit Softswitch is “one of the best carrier grade softswitches,” adding that along with the additional module SIP HIT, MVTS can give you calls on H323, calls on SIP, conversion from H323 to SIP and vice versa and conversion of codec (G 729 and G 723).
With the combination of billing software iTelBilling and softswitches, MVTS, company officials say, is a state of art offering for VoIP operators. This combination, among other functions, supports all internet telephony business models, supports calling cards and PIN generation, provides recharge cards, supports prepaid and postpaid customers, prevents unauthorized access to systems and collects call detail records.
In addition, the hosted softswitch also maintains customer balances, generates invoices, monitors profitability of routes and gateways, comes with a business power tool, has a flexible rate input system, permits flexible role assignment and customized access to information.
The tool allows multiple levels of resellers, real-time system performance monitoring and fault detection provides monitoring graphs, supports IVR, balance display on IP Phones and secured access to the systems.
As an authorized reseller of Mera softswitches, REVE Systems provides supports to its clients for MERA Softswitches installation, commission, and first level of after sales service (subject to the agreement). The company also has a long relationship with MERA and has a huge pool of engineers trained and skilled on MERA Softswitches.