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VoIP Feature Article


August 09, 2006

BandTel Partners with Quintum

Cindy Waxer, TMCnet Contributing Editor

BandTel and Quintum Technologies have formed a relationship that will allow customers to acquire a tenor VoIP switch or gateway with the BandTel Services. BandTel is a provider of next-generation VoIP termination to the PSTN for high volume telecom users such as call centers, enterprise users, teleconferencing companies and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) users. The company’s VoIP network solutions are now fully interoperable with Tenor VoIP MultiPath switches and gateways.
Enterprise users will be able to access the combination of BandTel's VoIP network to deliver call center and enterprise users a cost-effective, fault-tolerant voice architecture and Quintum's (News - Alert) easy to deploy Tenor VoIP MultiPath solutions. The relationship also allows Value Added Resellers (VARs) to offer their customers a highly reliable and robust VoIP solution and enhanced VoIP services.
According to Chris Dunk, president and CEO of BandTel, “Quintum's Tenor VoIP MultiPath solutions are the perfect complement to BandTel's network because both integrate so easily into an existing network, even if legacy devices are present and both guarantee dependable switching and routing. In addition, by mutually supporting the SIP standard, we are working together to advance the future of VoIP technology.''
The Quintum line of Tenor VoIP MultiPath Switches allows voice communications to be carried over IP networks with efficiency, quality and reliability. Because Tenor switches support industry standards such as SIP (Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert)), they are wholly interoperable with BandTel's SIP Softswitch technology. Customers deploying Quintum's MultiPath VoIP systems with BandTel's VoIP services will have the unique ability to connect call systems via a trunk-to-trunk transfer and cost-effectively terminate calls to and from any location in the world. This allows users to instantly unite their global businesses with multiple users in various locations.
This isn’t the only partnership BandTel has entered into this summer. Last month, the company became a Digium (News - Alert) service partner. As a result of this agreement, Digium and BandTel will partner in marketing initiatives to resellers interested in the cost and flexibility benefits of an open source telephony solution.
Cindy Waxer is a Toronto-based freelance journalist specializing in business and technology. She has written for publications including TIME, Fortune Small Business, Business 2.0, Computerworld, Canadian Business, and Workforce Management. To see more of her articles, please visit Cindy Waxer’s columnist page.


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