TelePacific Communications (Booths 601-603), a provider of business telecommunications network solutions with headquarters in California, has announced the launch of OnePac, now available for agent sales.
TelePacifics OnePac delivers both voice and data over a high-capacity T1. This dynamically allocated service uses a customers idle phone channels to boost the capacity of Internet access, in contrast to traditional TDM voice services that segregate voice and data into fixed channels and bandwidths. Giving the highest quality of service to the voice traffic, the bandwidth automatically adjusts based on the number of voice channels utilized at any given moment.
With OnePac, customers get feature-rich business lines, Internet access and aggressive local and long-distance minute bundles.
Businesses may take full advantage of these capabilities without having to replace their existing analog phone systems, thereby allowing the use of newer technologies to optimize the return on their phone system, said Justin Chris-Tensen, TelePacifics vice president of Telepartner sales.
Leveraging TelePacifics Lucent 5ESS switching infrastructure along with its Ciscos powered IP network and G6 Media Gateways from General Bandwidth, TelePacific uses VoIP technology to deliver this dynamically allocated voice and data service.
With TelePacifics MPLS network, quality of service and the rollout of a new suite of dynamically allocated T1 offerings, agents have access to a network that will support their customers traditional TDM network and VoIP applications. So whether the businesses the agents refer to the TelePacific network are telecommunications leaders or followers, TelePacific may support their applications now and in the future, said Ken Bisnoff, TelePacifics senior vice president of strategic opportunities.