Telcom & Data Announces Opportunity to Become an Audio and Web Conference Service Provider with XOP Networks’ Audio Conference Bridge

xopRising demand to use teleconferencing for client meetings, sales presentations, team meetings, quarterly reports, and webinars have driven businesses to seek lower cost conferencing solutions. Telcom & Data, a leader in business phone systems, is now offering XOP Networks’ Universal Service Node Conference Bridge as an affordable solution for conferencing service providers. The bridge allows service providers to deliver a comprehensive and economical platform to enterprise customers. Net 4 India recently began using the bridge to provide conferencing services to its broad customer base.

The Universal Service Node Conference Bridge is a Linux based, scalable platform that is specifically designed to meet the needs of conferencing service providers and other carriers that want to offer hosted conferencing services. The service provider package adds several important capabilities including the ability to a) sell ‘Virtual Conference Bridges’, b) Operator assisted conferencing, c) Automated Subscriber Provisioning, d) Uploading of Call Detail Records to external billing systems, and e) support for ‘High Availability’ based on Active/Standby or Active/Active server configurations.

“We selected XOP Networks Universal Service Node (USN) as our Conferencing Service platform because it is flexible and economical. The platform allows us to provision subscriber accounts using an XML based API, was easily integrated with our billing system, supports ‘high availability’ based on active/active server configuration and finally provides multiple enhanced security features that prevent any unauthorized access to an end customer’s data,” said Desi Valli, COO of Net 4 India. He further added “It is a great opportunity for us to make available, a rapidly growing service to our existing 400,000 SME customers and the market at large.”

For more information on how to become a teleconference service provider with XOP Networks, call 1-800-335-0229.

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