Broadvox LLC will use Switch and Data facilities in nine markets to help extend its reach in wholesale, enterprise and SMB VoIP markets, the companies said Monday.
Broadvox is using Switch and Datas PAIX VoIP platform to exchange its traffic with other providers in a facility via an all-IP peering environment, partitioned from other PAIX peering traffic to provide a high-voice quality service level agreement, they said. One of the areas the Switch and Data deal will help Broadvox is with its GO! SIP Trunking product. The company estimates the platform can reduce a customers voice communications spend by up to 70 percent, while also allowing the rollout of new unified messaging and presence-based applications.
Switch and Data gives us extensive geographic reach and will allow us to immediately expand our new Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking product line into new markets nationwide, said Sergey Galchenko, CTO for Broadvox.
The Switch and Data facilities Broadvox will use are in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Seattle and Tampa, Fla.