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British Telecom : Thinking ‘Out of the Box”

Posted by tggokul on March 19, 2007

BT has released an “Out of the Box” VoIP platform that caters to the needs of ISPs outside of United Kingdom. The report goes on to elaborate

The BT IP Voice Managed Service is a fully redundant globally distributed IP network that simplifies the delivery of IP telephony services  for providers outside the United Kingdom, the company said. Featuring an advanced multilayered security system, the service has session border controller functionality and VoIP firewall capacities. Call flow is monitored and expenses are controlled by a single Internet-based interface.

Sounds interesting and from the accolades it has been receiving, looks reliable as well.


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