Saturday, April 17, 2010

General Telecom announces RouteNGN’s expanded LCR capabilities

NEW YORK, USA: General Telecom, a major provider of switching and network management service on or off the cloud, today announced the new and expanded least cost routing (LCR) capabilities of the General Telecom RouteNGN route engine for VoIP/TDM traffic over next-generation networks.

Combining a modular approach with open source development, the RouteNGN tool is designed to help carriers and service providers bring VoIP offerings quickly to market, while minimizing CAPEX and OPEX. The General Telecom RouteNGN routing solution can operate in the cloud, as a secure Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution, onsite, or as a hybrid solution.

“In today’s marketplace, the amount of time it takes to become operational and deploy services directly impacts the profitability of service providers,” said Randy Weinberger, GM of General Telecom. “With General Telecom’s RouteNGN powerful cloud-based routing application, providers can deploy within weeks, instead of months, without incurring CAPEX — a truly competitive time-to-market advantage.”

“Incorporating the General Telecom RouteNGN least cost routing technology has been instrumental in helping us lower the cost of IP and TDM voice termination services to our customers, through better routing accuracy and efficiency,” said Zachary Horn, president, Metro Communications.

“All of our services are custom tailored to meet the unique needs of each customer; the RouteNGN technology helps us change routing decisions quickly which translates to greater profitability and better customer service.”

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