About the Voice Peering Channel
VoIP providers, take note: there’s a more efficient way of delivering voice traffic than using the PSTN. It’s called voice peering. With voice peering, you can forward calls directly to other provider networks using VoIP technology, without ever touching the PSTN. Stealth Communications can help. The company's Voice Peering Fabric service functions as a meeting point for enterprises and carriers to exchange traffic directly without touching the public Internet or PSTN. Learn more here on the Voice Peering channel.
Since launch of the Voice Peering Fabric (VPF) in 2003, the unique model of VPF has changed the landscape of the telecom industry by moving telephone calls into the IP domain bypassing both the public telephone system and the public Internet. Drawn by its security and quality attributes, enterprises, government agencies and service providers have made the VPF their preferred platform for buying, selling & exchanging telephony related services. With an annual run-rate of 139 billion minutes in 2006, VPF brings back the fundamentals of doing business in a simple and trusted environment.
The Voice Peering Fabric is a service of Stealth Communications.
What is Voice Peering?
Instead of forwarding calls over the public switched telephone network (PSTN), something which can rack up costs because of call charges or be plagued by poor quality, voice peering
forwards calls directly to other provider networks through the use of VoIP technology. For all of the VoIP providers out there, take note, as this can be a more efficient way of ... Read More >>