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IP Communications Company AireSpring Announces Customer Provided Bandwidth Offering
March 29, 2012
By Anshu Shrivastava, TMCnet Contributor
Los Angeles based AireSpring (News - Alert) has said that it has “significantly” expanded its support of multi-location enterprise customers with a customer provided bandwidth offering called Bring Your Own Bandwidth (BYOB).
AireSpring offers a variety of IP communications services across the widest available nationwide coverage area. Thanks to this latest offering, enterprise customers can now connect to UCaaS next generation network via their existing MPLS or public internet connections.
“Our new BYOB offering allows customers to choose how best to connect with our award winning products,” said Daniel Lonstein, COO at AireSpring, adding that the new offering allows the company to custom design custom engineer a solution for each of a customer’s locations and seamlessly mesh all of them to deliver the AireSpring voice products they need.
With BYOB, mid size and multi-location enterprise companies can access the AireSpring voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) infrastructure for the delivery of the full suite of AireSpring IP voice services – cloud hosted IP PBX (News - Alert), SIP Trunking and analog/POTS replacement service.
Through a mix of different connectivity solutions, enterprise customer can connect to multiple branch offices and headquarters locations, according to Lonstein.
The company still delivers – even with customer provided broadband access – a fully managed gateway device. Company officials said that the device offers Voice Quality Management and aids in traffic prioritization over public broadband infrastructure.
AireSpring is a privately held, diversified, debt-free, and full service communications company. It offers next-generation IP voice, data, cloud hosted IP PBX, SIP/VoIP, Meshed MPLS and conferencing products designed to deliver power and flexibility at cost-effective rates.
Earlier this month, the company said that it’s a busy year for the company -- the company plans to attend 14 trade shows in 2012 as opposed to the five that it attended, last year -- as it is determined to spread the word about its IP communications offerings and its competitive edge in the marketplace.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin
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