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NACT Announces Enhanced Product Suite, New Partners at ITEXPO in Los Angeles
The company also announced industry partnerships to expand its product portfolio.
NACT recently updated VinciSoft Class 4 softswitch with an array of VoIP and Time Division Multiplexing capabilities.
The softswitch now features call routing services; Session Border Controller functionality; trans-coding; billing; reporting; and client management capabilities.
The company added a number of new Class-5 capabilities such as point local access; DID numbers; voice mail-to-email functionality; follow me service, and several other features.
With these new features, VinciSoft now helps service providers optimize their route plans, service their customers, and achieve their revenue goals to a higher degree, the company said.
The company is also introducing new features in the Vinci Prepaid Platform, such as international top up and international prepaid texting, to enable NACT’s carrier customers to offer a “Triple Play (News - Alert)" service.
Under STX and IPAX Update, the company provides a new software version, V-3.3.0 that provides customers with new functionality, such as counted call over-ride features; enhanced memory allocation; simplified licensing; and streamlined support for customers on maintenance agreements.
“We have the largest installed base of any company in the prepaid telecom industry, and we continue to add value, by providing our customers new features that help them make money,” said Arnie Goodstein, president of NACT Solutions.
The company also announced alliance with VoIPFuture (News - Alert) to expand its product portfolio. With this partnership NACT became the exclusive U.S. and Canadian distributor of VoIPFuture’s Voice Services Monitoring capabilities.
In another major development, the company partnered with FreeSWITCH to establish a carrier-grade, commercial version of FreeSWITCH Platform.
At ITEXPO NACT also announced that its VinciSoft offering has become the official commercial carrier softswitch of the FreeSWITCH project.
Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny
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