PointOne (Booth 118) announced today it is conducting service trials for its new Hosted IP Telephony (HIP-T) solution for carrier, enterprise and consumer markets. This service will be available throughout North America and in select international locations upon completion of the service trials.
HIP-T includes local calling, long distance, voicemail, call waiting, conferencing, unified messaging, call back, number follow me and other enhanced features.
It allows users to select from dozens of feature sets to create the communications plan that best meets their needs.
"This is a very important step in the evolution of our IP communications services. We are taking the next step in making enhanced IP services available to as many new users as possible," says Mike Holloway, president and CEO of PointOne. "Our network is the most advanced pure VoIP network in the industry to date. We are focused on providing our customers with equally advanced products and services never before possible."
PointOne, established in April 1998, is one of the first providers to develop and deploy a VoIP network, designed from the ground up to provided converged next-generation services. PointOne’s worldwide VoIP network provides enhanced IP voice and data services using any protocol and virtually any mode of interconnection to meet the needs of carriers, CLECs, cable systems, ISPs, Wi-Fi providers and IP-based service providers. The operating platform offers advanced bridging capability between IP and the PSTN. And, with PointOne VoIP peering services, the network enables service providers to peer in both private and public secure IP-based voice platforms for the transport of voice calls to any destination.