Thursday, December 04, 2008

Verizon Eases Into VoIP To Make It More Flexible And Efficient.
A press release from verizon indicates that it is investing in VoIP and adding enhancements to make VoIP more flexible and efficient. The company is investing in interoperability labs, product certification from equipment suppliers like Nortel and automatic call routing for voip customers.
New capabilities announced today include:

* A new Verizon VoIP Interoperability Lab where customers can test drive the compatibility of their premises equipment with Verizon's VoIP or IP Contact Center products.

* Certification of an additional Nortel IP PBX for Verizon's IP Trunking offering.

* Availability in Europe of automatic call rerouting for VoIP customers, to provide business-continuity benefits unavailable in a traditional voice-communications environment.

"Verizon Business continues to enhance and expand its VoIP capabilities to deliver a powerful platform for unified communications and collaboration," said Jim Tyrrell, vice president of marketing for Verizon's global business voice solutions. "With these additional capabilities, our customers can make their IP networks work smarter to meet and speed their business objectives while igniting innovation across an extended enterprise of employees, customers, suppliers and partners."
Source Verizon News.


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