Service providers can now order new or port in telephone numbers, select custom settings, and instantly get to work with just a few clicks.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK (PRWEB) July 13, 2015
Vitcom, a hybrid telecommunications solutions provider for other wholesale carriers, VoIP retail carriers, calling card providers, and large enterprises, has completed a national voice peering network with several key partners.
Vitcom is a facilities based CLEC (competitive local exchange carrier), licensed and certified in New York and 16 other states, and the company is currently pending certifications throughout the United States. Being a facilities based CLEC, which means they have invested heavily in owning their own infrastructure network, allows Vitcom to capitalize on the various carrier to carrier compensation elements while passing on cost effective solutions for other service providers.
The company’s rapid network expansion, improved voice quality of service, and dedication to supporting innovative telecom solutions has created a new dynamic in the telecom industry. The global demand continues to grow across the telecommunications industry for better access to old TDM networks, where the POTS lines customers are, and Vitcom connects the old with the new via state of the art peering technology for VoIP providers. New service providers are creating more applications that ride over the mobile data networks, and along with this migration, the need for voice over IP and SMS continues to grow.
Moshe Kolodny, Director of Operations at Vitcom, said, “We are excited to support new carriers with our self-service portal. Service providers can now order new or port in telephone numbers, select custom settings, and instantly get to work with just a few clicks.”
Vitcom and its partners are quickly expanding into the 6500+ rate centers across the country to assign both numbering resources and voice connectivity. Poised for a rapid nationwide expansion, Vitcom has a number of new features in its services to support mobile application developers and other telecom solution providers. More information can be found at http://www.vitcom.net.
Headquartered in New York City, Vitcom provides interconnection and interoperability networking to its facilities based network. Creating a VoIP based network on a global scale. With an advanced IP network that is highly interconnected to carriers around the world, Vitcom and its Partners provides voice and hosted service solutions to carriers, service providers, and developers.
Moshe Kolodny, Director of Operations
Phone: 212-571-4000 ext. 2008