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Press Release -- October 27th, 2010
Source: US Signal
Tags: CLEC, DWDM, MPLS, VoIP

US Signal selects Broadvox as a preferred SIP provider.

New interconnect provides seamless Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) options for US Signal customers.

US Signal, a leading provider of MPLS data networks and dedicated Internet access in the Midwest, today announced its selection of Broadvox as their first preferred SIP provider.  US Signal and Broadvox have established a dedicated connection providing US Signal Internet customer’s seamless access to the Broadvox VoIP/SIP services.

Utilizing VoIP on the US Signal network, customers have experienced unmatched voice service while reducing monthly phone bills.  Now with the US Signal and Broadvox peering relationship, US Signal Internet customers can enjoy same QoS provided excellence previously unavailable when using VoIP over the Internet.  US Signal customers adding SIP trunking services from Broadvox can access the Public Switched Telephone network (PSTN) without expensive local PSTN gateways and costly ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (PRIs).

“US Signal is excited to launch our “Preferred SIP Provider Program” and we targeted Broadvox as our first preferred SIP provider because of their robust product offering and history of excellence.  We are very happy about our peering connection and the simplicity it brings to meeting our customers VoIP and SIP trunking needs” said Steve Vander Pol, product manager for US Signal. “Using the US Signal network with QoS to access Broadvox SIP services provides the customer with a dedicated connection backed by a strong Service Level Agreement to ensure a high level of voice quality.”

“Broadvox is very pleased to offer its services to customers of US Signal. US Signal has a well-deserved reputation for delivering quality broadband and service,” said David Byrd, vice president of Marketing and Sales. “US Signal has an experienced and growing channel to sell and support its markets. This peering relationship will enable Broadvox to provide SIP Trunks to expand those revenue opportunities and an industry leading SLA.”

About US Signal

The US Signal debt-free, fiber optic network is one of the largest, fully deployed networks in the Midwest, covering Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri and Wisconsin. With more than 7,000 miles of long-haul fiber and over 900 miles of fiber optic metro rings in strategic tier-one, tier-two and tier-three markets, the US Signal optical backbone features Cisco Systems Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology and is designed with a SONET, redundant architecture. All of US Signal’s services are delivered over this protected network to ensure resiliency, flexibility and scalability.

About Broadvox

Founded in 2001, Broadvox is a worldwide leader in providing integrated managed VoIP services to SMBs, enterprises and carriers. It has deployed one of the largest, full-featured global VoIP networks and is trusted by more than 250 telecommunications carriers, CLECs, ISPs and several thousand enterprises to terminate and originate over ten billion minutes annually. The Broadvox network operations center provides the reliability, security and quality of service required by the world’s most discriminating customers. Broadvox offers SIP Trunking, SIP origination and termination services and hosted communications solutions. Broadvox is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Please visit www.Broadvox.com for additional information.

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