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TNCI Launches TNCInet

TNCI has unveiled TNCInet, a VoIP service for businesses. The product provides enhanced features such as unified communications, find me/follow me, IP call center beyond the PBX, and a service delivery platform for most IP applications. Depending on the package selected, a TNCInet Voice Plan can include DID, unlimited local calling, on-net calling and more. All voice plans are E911- compliant, according to the company. TNCInet is built on an IP-over-MPLS, private, nationwide network.

Csf Corp. Launches

csf Corp. announced the general availability of, a Web site that allows consumers to search for an available (spare) toll-free vanity number, reserve it, select a toll-free carrier, and enter contact information. Advertising carriers also can link to the site from their sites to provide their customers the ability to utilize the proprietary search capability.

XO Adds One iPBX

XO Communications has expanded its IP portfolio by adding XO One iPBX, a managed IP PBX that allows customers with single or multiple locations to outsource their premises-based IP PBX systems. The service uses the Avaya IP Office, Avaya Enterprise Communications Group and Nortel BCM platforms. It combines voice and data networking, and equipment and professional services in bundles that are managed by XO at the customers premise. iPBX comes in two bundle sizes: iPBX 15 is for SMBs; and iPBX 50 targets enterprises. Both come with Internet access, unlimited local calling, toll-free, DID, voice mail, Web hosting and more.

AireSpring Debuts SIP Trunking Product

Reseller AireSpring Inc. has announced its first facilities-based product, a SIP trunking service with versions for carriers, call centers and enterprises. The latter two are available for sale through the companys indirect channel. The SIP trunking product allows customers with IP-enabled equipment to connect directly to AireSprings IP platform via private IP or public Internet connections without having to convert traffic to TDM. AireSpring, then terminates the calls to the PSTN. The wholesale product includes domestic termination for VoIP providers. The other SIP product is targeted to call center customers and offers long-distance termination as well as domestic and international DIDs.

Intelisys Launches Audex

Intelisys Communications Inc. announced the introduction of Audex, a software-asa- service (SaaS) solution for telecom asset management. Its customer-facing design includes a new events ticketing system, a new customer-branding feature and custom reporting. Audex also integrates inventory of locations and services with orders, pricing requests and a contract repository.

Telrite Debuts MVNO

Telrite Corp. has debuted an MVNO service. Using Verizon Communications Inc.s network, Telrite offers post-paid cellular service, which channel partners nationwide can sell. There are several plans from which to choose; terms include month-to-month and two-year contracts. Night and weekend calling start as early as 7 p.m. Channel partners can sell the wireless services to residential or business customers. Plus, users can bundle all of their Telrite services (local, long-distance, cellular, conferencing, eFax, Internet and data lines) onto one bill.

WTG Delivers Disaster Recovery/Business Solutions

World Telecom Group is offering aggressive retail pricing on the edge mobility router, Top Globals MB8000, for just $699. This device can be purchased from WTG retail or purchased wholesale to be resold. It works with all wireless broadband cards which WTG provides and activates, and enables customers to provide up to 50 users with mobile Internet access and Wi-Fi. It also has advance replacement options.

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