Vocal outburst as Tandem taps Sonus at Telehouse

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Vocal outburst at the Telehouse

Neutral Tandem deploys new SIP/IP voice soft-switch in Telehouse in the English capital

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Neutral Tandem has just rolled out a new PSX voice soft-switch from Sonus Networks in one of the world’s largest interconnection hubs, the Telehouse Docklands North location in London, England.

According to the company, th new site proffers Neutral Tandem’s international carrier customers the ability to interconnect via TDM or SIP/IP.

The company confirmed that the added flexibility now made it possible for telco carriers to interconnect and take advantage of Neutral Tandem’s innovative voice termination services, such as CommonPoint, which enables international carriers to complete calls to wireless and wireline telephony end-points in the United States of America.

It said that people can now also interconnect with the Neutral Tandem global voice network via SIP\IP in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada, and the United States of America.

“Deploying a voice soft switch in Telehouse’s facility in London reinforces our ongoing commitment to expand our International Voice Services, and provides scalable, high quality, direct termination for our carrier customers” commented Edward Evans, CEO of Neutral Tandem. “This deployment is yet another milestone attained by Neutral Tandem as we expand globally and strengthen our fully meshed, all-IP, MPLS network, and streamline how competitive carriers route traffic between one another.”

Neutral Tandem recently acquired Tinet, a global carrier specialising in IP Transit and Ethernet wholesale. The acquisition combined Neutral Tandem’s interconnection services for wireless, wireline, cable and broadband companies with Tinet’s global IP backbone. Now, Neutral Tandem offers voice, IP Transit and Ethernet solutions to carriers, service providers and content management firms.


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