OTEL, a provider of licensed VoIP Infrastructure solutions including VoIP switches to ISPs, ITSP and LCR companies, will be participating at the fifth AFRICAcom Telecom Conference, held at the Cape Town International Convention Center, from November 13-15, 2012.
At this event, the company will launch its SIP Sentinel VoIP quality and monitoring analysis, including the VoIPGuard Global Fraud Prevention Service. The company will also introduce its TVNO service designed for telecoms operators searching for a stable Class 5 VoIP switch platform.
Mohammad Patel, CEO of OTEL Telecoms, said in a statement, “OTEL is very proud to have climbed up to this stage in the industry. We will be exhibiting our infrastructure services in an environment where operators come to look for new opportunities and bona-fide suppliers such as OTEL Telecoms. We’re in a prime position to gain market share at AFRICAcom.”
OTEL has direct interconnect agreements with all major operators in South Africa. Leveraging its channel partnerships, the VoIP switch provider has continued to expand its market share and presence across the country. With a foothold in Africa, OTEL's services extend to various countries in Africa as well. Angola, Mozambique, Nigeria, Ghana, Zambia and DRC have been top investment destinations for companies like OTEL.
According to Patel, “AFRICAcom provides OTEL with exposure in needs to the global stage, where its vision can be reached in the fast lane.”
Back in August, OTEL Telecoms was touted as the first licensed national telecoms provider to provide businesses with economical leased line services that have stable and clear VoIP connections, according to a TMCnet report.
With OTEL Telecom’s new service fundamentally changing the competitive telecommunications landscape in South Africa, businesses will now have access to stable leased lines that are available anywhere on an SDSL network.