PortaOne (News - Alert), a provider of software for the communications and utility industries, recently has completed interoperability testing between PortaOne's PortaSwitch billing/subscriber management platform that boasts VoIP functionality with DIDWW's global Direct Inward Dialing (DID) access solutions.
DIDWW provides IP-based communications services, including DID access on a worldwide basis. Its global infrastructure is designed to handle origination services with full redundancy and provide its customers with access to premium network resources
The newly formed partnership enables telecom carriers and resellers to gain access to a complete end-to-end DID service lineup in over 60 countries on five continents. It also dramatically simplifies operations for carriers and service providers who are using PortaSwitch.
"In an age when simplicity in call dialing is more important than ever, DIDWW offers an indispensable suite of services to providers and end users," said Roman Khalenkov, sales and marketing director for PortaOne, in a statement. "We're pleased that DIDWW's infrastructure is proven to operate seamlessly with PortaSwitch, as it will deliver valuable new options to PortaSwitch customers."
PortaSwitch includes a softswitch and application servers and provides billing and provisioning, SIP call control, unified messaging, IP Centrex and IP PBX (News - Alert), voice VPN, callback management, conferencing and more. It allows IP telephony service providers deliver a wide variety of business models quickly and flexibly.
“DIDWW is always seeking software and platform vendors from around the world who offer best-of-breed technology that complements DIDWW's products," noted Yuri Krichevsky, CTO at DIDWW, in a statement. "The combined expertise in VoIP products and systems of PortaOne and DIDWW, as well as our two companies' in-depth industry experience, allows us to deliver proven, interoperable and complete solutions to our customers."