Sunday, September 18, 2005

Broadwing Launches VoIP Utility Services

Broadwing Communications has launched PSTNConnect SIP and Enterprise SIP services over its Converged Network, further expanding its utility offering launched in June 2005 to meet the needs of VoIP carriers and multi-site enterprises with complex communications requirements.

PSTNConnect SIP enables VoIP providers to offer enhanced local voice services to their end users in Broadwing's 23 local markets via a single IP connection to Broadwing's Converged Network.

Broadwing Enterprise SIP enables multi-location enterprises to create VoIP wide area networks over their existing Converged Network data WANs, providing a single SIP interconnection between a customer's internal VoIP network and the PSTN. The service interfaces directly with existing IP PBX equipment to deliver full featured local and long distance calling.

For customers not employing its Converged Network, Broadwing's VoIP access and PSTN interconnection services are available over its integrated IP and circuit-switched TDM networks.


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