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March 11, 2009

Voiceserve's VoipSwitch Opening New Roads in Wholesale Telecom Space

By Tim Gray, TMCnet Web Editor

After United Kingdom-based Voiceserve, Inc. completed the acquisition of VoipSwitch, a VoIP platform company offering an all-in-one services management platform, the company has expanded its position in the wholesale telecom space.
The deal for VoipSwitch – which develops VoIP platform solutions for global telecommunications service providers, helping operators deliver secure, reliable services that are fully interoperable with other IP telephony standards and systems – is expected to generate approximately $1 million in annualized revenues.
As TMCnet recently reported, these figures should be reflected in its 2009 fiscal year, which began in April 2008, according to the company.
A key feature of VoipSwitch's system is that it scales easily, making it attractive to companies that are increasing their client base, according to Michael Bibelman, CEO of Voiceserve.

“With our recent VoipSwitch acquisition and the debut of, we have increased the number of potential revenue streams for the company and it now makes sense that we direct the appropriate Web traffic to our various products and services in one unified location,” said Bibelman.
The 2008 acquisition, valued at approximately $3 million, has allowed Voiceserve to make moves in the wholesale telecom space with new offerings and increased services across a wide spectrum of the global telecom industry.
The idea behind joining forces was to create a huge range of telecom features that enable registered users unlimited access and control globally via the Internet. The variety of features can be adapted accordingly, giving Voiceserve an advantage with regard to competitors, according to the company.
In fact, what has caught the attention of many in the industry, is now a telecom company or reseller can interconnect with voip-proxy and “the whole process takes around 5 minutes compared to a TDM connection that could take months,” said Bibleman.

For its part, has VoipSwitch 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.
In addition, the company will also promote 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.

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