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VoIP Innovations Succeeding with Wholesale VoIP

November 13, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

VoIP Innovations (NewsAlert)

, a subsidiary of ABG Capital, and a wholesale VoIP provider, is “becoming a real player in the VoIP arena,” Ron Eggert, president of ABG Capital told TMCnet.

 
The company, which provides US inbound origination services that help to eliminate capital expenses associated with building out a physical point of presence, is offering tremendous value for VoIP service providers – the proof – business is “exploding” Eggert said.
 
The company’s network is designed from the ground up and built upon Tier 1 telecommunication carriers – offering extensive coverage, full-redundancy, flexibility and affordability. To eliminate the costs of building out physical POPs, VoIP Innovations, or “VI,” originates PSTN calls, and then terminates them to IP endpoints.
 
VI is experiencing 20 percent and more month-over-month growth and as SPs realize the value in their solution, are flocking to the network, Eggert said.
 
With coverage in over 98 percent of the U.S. and with 80,000 plus numbers in the company’s warehouse – covering 7500 rate centers – customers can immediately gain access to DIDs from their Web portal that can provisioned in real-time.  
 
This, in addition to VoIP Innovation’s dedicated LNP or “local number port” department which, Eggert said, handles thousands of ports a week, are helping push the company further up the success ladder.
 
“Add to this a 24x7x365 support center and very competitive rates, and you have a ‘can’t lose’ option for VoIP service providers,” Eggert said.
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