Telesphere Expands Hubs for MPLS Network, Extends SIP Trunking Services
The Midwest and Southeast U.S. now have two new super hubs for Telesphere’s (News - Alert) MPLS network, which will lead to the expansion of the private SIP trunking services. Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is an essential component in tagging traffic with specific label switched paths (LSPs).
Telesphere, as referenced in a recent report, is a company that works to bring smarter voice and data solutions, including MPLS solutions, for businesses. The company now has a presence in 40 states and recently added MPLS hubs in Chicago and Atlanta. In addition, hubs are already managed by Telesphere in Pennsylvania, Oregon, Minnesota, Colorado, and Arizona.
If things go as planned, Telesphere will have two more MPLS hubs operations in California and Texas by the end of the year. PSTN gateways are also a thing of the past for companies that go with the MPLS solutions. IP PBXs are compatible with the Acme Packet session border controllers that Telesphere utilizes.
Cisco, Asterisk (News - Alert), and Avaya all rely on Telesphere’s SIP trunking to IP PBXs. The private SIP trunking services provided by the company allow organizationss that have satellite offices to rely on one service provider instead of several.
Companies throughout the world are going to the cloud for the reliability and cost savings inherent to cloud computing. Telesphere has also seen the advantages and allows companies to utilize private SIP trunking so they can have access to cloud-based services for communications. Now, companies can skip buying expensive infrastructure by using Telesphere’s IP PBXs and bring in various services that they previously weren’t able to use, like video services.
Businesses today have choices that weren’t made available to them in years past. Now, local, long distance, and Internet services don’t have to be parceled out to several companies with separate billing. One dedicated connection as well as IP PBX (News - Alert) technology allows companies to gain a significant edge in their communication abilities, but Telesphere adds private SIP to the mix and multiple MPLS hubs, which takes away the need for companies to invest in infrastructure to get the same services provided by Telesphere.
Some of the perks with going with the private SIP service include fully operational communications, even if power is lost at the office. With Telesphere’s team of engineers and multiple MPLS hubs, help is always available every hour of every day.
Businesses that were limited by the number of channels available to them do not fall under the same restrictions with Telesphere. Without the limitations, businesses can better handle peak periods as well as utilize video and voice as well as data with packet prioritization, leveraging these key technologies for advancement and reaping the benefits.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein