The Star2Star system uses a unique architecture that delivers some very real advantages to our customers.
Sarasota, FL (Vocus) September 29, 2010
Star2Star Communications, maker of “The World's Most Reliable Internet Telephone System” today published the first in an ongoing series of white papers. The paper, titled Star2Star System Architecture, is now available for download from the “Resources” section of the Star2Star web site at http://www.star2star.com.
The Star2Star system uses a unique blend of an on-site PBX system (called a StarBox) and a suite of telephony applications hosted on Star2Star’s high-reliability servers. The on-premise PBX can make intelligent call routing decisions. For example, intercom calls from one extension to another never leave the building; the calls are connected directly between the two extensions without typing up Internet bandwidth or trunk resources.
“The Star2Star system uses a unique architecture that delivers some very real advantages to our customers”, said Joe Rhem, President of Star2Star. “We want to explain exactly how the architecture works and why it is superior to other VoIP systems”, he continued.
Unlike other VoIP providers, Star2Star provides a complete, end-to-end service that includes the PBX, the VoIP service, and IP telephones. Star2Star takes responsibility for service and support for the entire system, and even offers next-day equipment replacement in the event of a hardware failure. By taking responsibility for the entire call path, Star2Star can control quality and monitor reliability, using patent pending technology.
While the first title in the white paper series is technical in nature, upcoming papers will cover the business and cost-saving aspects of VoIP.
Founded in 2006, Sarasota, Florida – based Star2Star Communications is re-inventing the phone company for the Internet age. Star2Star’s unique technology provides users with innovative features that increase productivity while decreasing monthly communications costs. Star2Star products are sold exclusively through a national network of installing dealers.
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