Technology Marketing Corporation’s (TMC (News
)) Unified Communications magazine has selected VoipSwitch as a recipient of its 2008 Product of the Year Award.
VoipSwitch Inc, a subsidiary of the London-based Voiceserve Inc., develops VoIP platform solutions for global telecommunications service providers. VoipSwitch is designed to help operators deliver secure services that are fully interoperable with other IP telephony standards and systems.
“It is very encouraging to note that our VoipSwitch products are winning awards alongside some of the renowned world leaders, Cisco (News
), IBM, NEC, Nortel and many others,” said Chris Oglaza CTO of Voiceserve Inc.
In a recent interview
with TMCnet, Michael Bibelman, chief executive officer of the London-based Voiceserve Inc
, discussed the current economic downturn and the opportunities it presented companies delivering cost saving technologies.
“It is evident from lead requests following exhibitions that the demand for economic telephony solutions is increasing globally,” said Bibelman. “Our pricing per License with Modules offered places us well with regard to our competitors systems.”
“VoipSwitch has proven they are committed to quality and excellence while addressing real needs in the marketplace,” said Rich Tehrani (News
), TMC President and Editor-in-Chief of Unified Communications magazine. “Unified Communications is pleased to grant a 2008 Product of the Year Award to their VoipSwitch Solution.”
VoipSwitch CTO Oglaza noted the company is receiving recognition for the “ingenuity, scope and reliability” of its multifunctional robust soft switch. “With the release of the latest Voipswitch modules we are confident that our product will be a viable solution for leading ISP’s and VOIP providers globally,” he said.
As TMCnet recently reported
, VoipSwitch has unveiled the latest version of its ‘softphone’ software called Vippie. The newly developed VoIP software, "Vippie Softphone" allows users to make phone calls from computer over the Internet platform. SMS services offered by the software differentiates it from other service providers because the product.
Other news coming from the London camp includes In addition, the company promoting its newly formed electronic marketplace for the trading of minutes. Bibelman has called the international rates “very competitive” and says those wishing to access the Voiceserve Network can do so directly via VoIP.
Bibelman says regardless of location, as long as a number is CLI recognizable, Voiceserve can help individuals and enterprises reduce costs. Once a number is programmed via customer services onto the Voiceserve network, users dial the local access number, according to Bibelman.
A full list of Product of the Year winners will be published in the March/April, 2009 issue of Unified Communications (News
) magazine, www.uc-mag.com.
Tim Gray is a Web Editor for TMCnet, covering news in the IP communications, call center and customer relationship management industries. To read more of Tim’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Tim Gray