PAETEC Communications Inc. (Booth 908) has expanded significantly the footprint availability of its SIP-based DID Aggregation service. Aimed specifically at VoIP-based service providers, the product leverages PAETECs multimillion-dollar investment in VoIP and capitalizes on the companys recent merger with US LEC.
PAETECs DID Aggregation service now is available in Richmond and Norfolk, Va.; Charlotte and Raleigh, N.C.; Louisville, Ky.; Nashville, Tenn.; and Birmingham, Ala.
The Aggregated DID product provides an ideal service option for existing multisite wholesale service providers, wholesale service providers wishing to expand into new markets, and wholesale service providers who want to provide redundancy to existing remote DID services. By delivering multimarket DID traffic to a single, centralized location via either G.711 or G.729 standards, the service, which can be delivered through a number of interconnect options, provides an economic method of achieving remote multimarket presence.
PAETECs wholesale portfolio continues to evolve to meet the needs of service providers, said Patrick Tata, vice president and general manager of PAETEC Wholesale Markets. The popularity of our Aggregated DID product has significantly grown since its launch, and by leveraging our expanded footprint, we now enable our service provider clients to enter into even more markets while maintaining the service quality for which PAETEC is renowned.
PAETECs DID Aggregation service forms part of the Wholesale VoIP Service Suite, which includes long-distance VoIP Domestic Termination and Dynamic IP connectivity, and leverages the power of its Private IP MPLS network with QoS, which now is available in 151 domestic markets and 100 cities globally.
PAETEC Communications Inc. www.paetec.com
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