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October 29, 2007

Broadvox to Expand Its Presence into Switch and Data Facilities in Nine Markets

By Brian Solomon, TMCnet Web Editor


Broadvox has expanded its presence into Switch and Data (News - Alert) facilities in nine markets, according to a Switch and Data announcement. This is expected to allow Broadvox to further penetrate the wholesale, enterprise, and small and medium business VoIP markets. By colocating and connecting to its customers and prospects in Switch and Data’s facilities in Chicago, Atlanta, Denver, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Tampa and Seattle, Broadvox (News - Alert) can lower transit costs, enables new services and improve voice quality.
“Switch and Data gives us extensive geographic reach and will allow us to immediately expand our new Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking product line into new markets nationwide,” said Broadvox CTO Sergey Galchenko. “We can drive down costs and enable the rollout of new enhanced IP voice services to our customers by being closer to call origination and termination points and eliminating unnecessary VoIP/TDM conversions.”
Broadvox is expanding into new Switch and Data facilities as a way of meeting the swiftly growing demand for VoIP. TeleGeography has reported that U.S. VoIP subscription rates grew 117% in the past year. By the middle of 2007, 11.8 million VoIP lines were in service. Annual VoIP services revenue topped $2.6 billion in 2006, and estimates indicate revenue will surpass $4.9 billion for this year.
The GO! SIP Trunking solution is an important new initiative which transports services and calls between users in an IP end-to-end environment, granting enterprise and SMB customers the full feature benefits and financial savings of purchasing an IP or Hybrid PBX (News - Alert). Broadvox estimates this solution can reduce voice communications spend by up to 70%, and also allows the rollout of new Presence-based and Unified Messaging applications. Broadvox uses Switch and Data’s PAIX VoIP solution to exchange its traffic with other providers in a facility via an all-IP peering environment, partitioned from other PAIX peering traffic in order to provide a high voice quality service level agreement.
Brian Solomon is a Web Editor for TMCnet, covering news in the IP communications, call center and customer relationship management industries. To see more of his articles, please visit Brian Solomon’s columnist page
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