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October 06, 2009

TNCI Adds Altigen IP-PBX 705 to Interop List for TNCInet Advantage Network SIP Trunking Solution

By Stefania Viscusi, Assignment Desk Editor


TNCI, a Boston-based, privately-held national integrated communications provider for businesses across the United States, has partnered with a number of top providers to offer a complete, integrated communications solutions portfolio to meet all customer needs.
 
Through their TNCInet Advantage private IP network, they offer SMBs a range of DIA, Integrated Voice and SIP Trunking solutions.
 
For those customers interested in a SIP Trunking Solution TNCI provides a list of IP-PBX equipment interoperable with the TNCInet Advantage Network. The list includes popular offerings from Cisco, Avaya, Digium, Fonality (News - Alert) and more. Most recently, the company announced the latest addition to this list, the Altigen IP-PBX 705.
 
TNCInet Advantage SIP Trunking dynamic voice service in combination with a customer’s IP-PBX (News - Alert) allows for true IP convergence. If a customer opportunity includes an IP-PBX not currently on the list TNCI encourages them to contact TNCI to determine if the equipment is pending testing or if they would like them to consider interop testing the equipment in question.
 
All TNCInet Advantage SIP Trunking solutions include a variety of features such as:
 
• Dedicated Internet Access
• Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation
• Basic Managed Services
• Installation/Equipment/Maintenance
• User-Friendly Customer Portal
• 24x7x365 Proactive Monitoring and Support
• Local Calling
• Unlimited On-net Calling (Site to Site)
• Aggressive Long Distance Bundle Options
• Direct Inward Dialing (DID)
• 1 Toll Free Number
 
The TNCInet Advantage Network is a carrier grade private IP nationwide network allowing for total control and the highest Quality of Service (QoS) levels possible. The network was designed with Class of Service (CoS) routing and prioritization enforced at every hop in the network. It is a business-class managed service built from the ground up based on the needs of business customers.
 
 
For more, check out the Integrated Communications channel on TMCnet.

Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Stefania’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi






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