VoIP is a growing technology. Indeed, the U.S. market for VoIP is rapidly advancing and is seeing high rates of adoption in businesses and homes alike. Onvoy, a provider of wholesale telecommunication services, is thus well set to expand its VoIP footprint aggressively.
The company recently announced the expansion of its VoIP service coverage into all states in the continental United States, including the District of Columbia. With this expansion, Onvoy's customers can now access 7,545 ratecenters covering 235 million people.
Onvoy’s VoIP expansion plans will enable its customers to access the largest metropolitan areas in the United States. Onvoy's VoIP service includes local and toll free DIDs, CNAM, E911, SMS, long distance and international calling. Onvoy's solution is 100-percent IP-based and runs on a dedicated national network provided by Zayo Group (News - Alert). The company explained that the fiber-based network interconnects ratecenters from New York to Los Angeles providing high reliability and exceptional voice quality. Users can access the Onvoy portfolio of carrier VoIP services with a single IP connection.
"Last year, Onvoy announced expansion into New York as well as our plans to grow nationwide. That day is now here and we are very excited to offer our customers nationwide VoIP service," stated Fritz Hendricks, president of Onvoy. "We plan to continue our expansion with another 2,000 plus ratecenters in the United States and Canada in 2014."
Onvoy’s VoIP expansion is supported by several partners. For example, last year, Sonus Networks (News - Alert), Inc., a provider of next-generation IP-based network solutions, teamed with the company to support its expansion initiatives.