As part of a new three-year contract, Global Crossing (Booth 1120) has provided AccessLine Communications Corp., a hosted communications and managed voice services provider for Fortune 100 companies and the SMB market, with a suite of high-performance VoIP services including VoIP Outbound, VoIP Toll-Free and VoIP DID.
According to Global Crossing, transition to an IP-based network is a key enabler for AccessLine, revolutionizing enterprise communication by replacing hardware-based solutions with software applications delivered as a service. Additionally, VoIP is flexible and scales easily while offering competitive advantages including high performance, security, reliability and reduced total cost of ownership.
VoIP is critical to our continued business growth, said Doug Johnson, AccessLines CEO. Our partnership with Global Crossing enables us to deliver our turnkey VoIP application suite to customers over Global Crossings high-quality VoIP network.
A leader in fully interoperable, secure VoIP services for enterprise and carrier customers, Global Crossing currently runs more than 2 billion minutes per month of VoIP traffic over its private, global backbone. Its VoIP services deliver carrier-class quality, backed by end-to-end IP SLAs for jitter, packet loss, availability and latency.
AccessLine is a valued long-term partner focused on innovative technology and customer service, said Paul OBrien, Global Crossings executive vice president of global enterprise and collaboration services. Our successful partnership is based on mutual objectives including industry-leading service delivery, network security, proactive customer support and true end-to-end lifecycle management.
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October 19 2018 @ 21:53:25 UTC