Monday, July 4, 2005

Moscow's Comstar Deploys Broadsoft for Hosted VoIP

Comstar United Telesystems, one of Russia's largest digital telecommunications operators and a subsidiary of Sistema, has deployed BroadSoft's hosted VoIP application software to support its suite of corporate voice network services.

Comstar United Telesystems was created in 2004 through the merger of three alternative telecom service providers to offer business customers a one-stop-shopping solution for all their information technology needs. By adding BroadSoft's hosted VoIP applications to its converged services package, Comstar is able to deliver to their more than 28,000 corporate customers a range of hosted PBX features including audio and video conferencing, universal voice mailbox, find-me-follow-me services, automatic secretary and user-friendly web-based portals for each user. BroadWorks also supports Comstar's Voice VPN service that interlinks a company's subsidiaries into a single manageable voice corporate network. Financial terms were not disclosed.


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