snom says its phones are now interoperable with Internet telephone service provided by Flowroute.
snom’s 7xx series, 8xx series IP desktop phones and the M9 cordless phone have been tested and certified as interoperable with Flowroutes carrier-grade wholesale prepaid VoIP service. Flowroute offers SIP trunking and direct inward dialing (DIDs). The service is designed for flexibility, scaling from the smallest businesses up to very large enterprise.
Flowroute was founded in 2007. The company maintains interconnection agreements with top-tier carriers worldwide, and routes more than 500 million minutes of voice traffic annually.
We are very pleased that our phones are now interoperable with Flowroutes VoIP service,” said Mike Storella, snoms chief operating officer. Our ongoing commitment to interoperability with innovative VoIP service providers like Flowroute is a win-win for customers looking for flexible, cost-effective, reliable voice service.”
Flowroute separates signaling streams and sends voice packets directly to its gateway through its international network of partners, so customers experience no latency. By eliminating points of failure, Flowroute says it lets customers enjoy high quality service and avoid the problems inherent in circuit-switched networks.
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