IP PBX vendors are finding a home on the TelePacific network, says TelePacific (Booth 619). The CLEC says agents are bringing customers to TelePacifics MPLS network for its service level agreements, reputation in provisioning and customer experience.
The company says its MPLS infrastructure transports voice securely and reliably, without accessing the public Internet. Additionally, MPLS provides a secure network without encryption, which means less overhead and better performance for private traffic. Ultimately this infrastructure provides for high-quality VoIP communications.
Our facilities-based network and robust IP backbone combined with the recent purchase of Pac-Wests small and medium-size enterprise customer base enable us to increase our addressable market, says Dick Jalkut, TelePacifics president and CEO. Our expanded territory opens up new service areas for our Telepartners and provides their multilocation customers extensive coverage with comprehensive voice and data solutions throughout California and Nevada.
TelePacific serves more than 15 major metropolitan areas with products including Flex Line, which enables PSTN connectivity from each remote site in addition to private IP MPLS connections for interoffice voice traffic.
TelePacific says more than 40 percent of its sales come from Telepartners, and that the company has tripled its business in the last 30 months to more than 300,000 lines in service. The companys recent acquisition of the Pac-West small and medium enterprise business, along with its entrance into Californias Central Valley, helped it add more than 50,000 lines to its operations.
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December 13 2018 @ 16:01:55 UTC