Voip-Pal.Com Inc., a broadband VoIP telecom company offering local and long distance VoIP services to consumers and business owners has decided to make a switchover from its old standard server to its new cloud-based server by beginning to redeploy its VoIP products and services.
In the process of redeployment, Voip-Pal will use its award winning softswitch platform and mobile dialers that have been provided and customized by VoIP Switch Inc., a subsidiary of VoiceServe Inc. By Incorporating the latest VoIP mobile apps available, Voip-Pal is expected to enhance its offerings to its customers.
The company said that the high quality, scalable, and cost efficient VoIP softswitch platform solutions for global telecommunications will enable operators to deliver secure, reliable VoIP-based services which are fully interoperable with other established VoIP standards and systems.
"Voip-Pal will be using a management softswitch platform and the latest in mobile apps provided and customized by VoipSwitch Inc. to re-deploy our retail site www.pointsphone.com," stated Dennis Chang, President of VoIP-Pal, in a press release.
Through PointsPhone.com, Voip-Pal also provides pay as-you-go international calling services including a virtual number, iPhone and Android (News - Alert) apps, Platinum Suite, PC dialer and calling rates as low as one to two cents per minute. It is positioning itself to provide turnkey VoIP communication and reseller solutions to global partners.
The speed of Cloud-based technology coupled with an added mobile security program is expected to provide Voip-Pal with a powerful combination for the growing worldwide VoIP market for today's smartphones.
TMCnet reported that Dialogic (News - Alert) Inc., a provider of communications technologies that power advanced networks, announced it has teamed up with VoipSwitch, a wholly owned subsidiary of VoiceServe, Inc. to successfully develop and validate an open standards-based mobile video conferencing solution based on the technology components commercially available from both companies.