From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

May 18, 2012

JeraSoft VCS Interoperable with Brekeke SIP Server

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

The JeraSoft VoIP Carrier Suite (VCS) Dynamic Routing feature is now interoperable with Brekeke SIP Server, allowing service providers on Brekeke's platform products to add billing capability with minimal deployment time.

Brekeke Software is the developer of SIP telephony software for enterprises and service providers, and JeraSoft VCS serves telecom operators worldwide with customer usage of up to 800 million minutes per month.

Interoperability between the products allows service providers to create a range of call-routing policies, such as LCR (Least Cost Routing), Quality Routing and Mixed Routing.

“We believe that cooperation with Brekeke will transform into a true long-lasting friendship, leading us to new discoveries that will benefit the VoIP industry as a whole,” said Dmitry Mazur, CEO at JeraSoft.

Users can also create their own customized policies if they have additional requirements.

Those interested can view a configuration sample for connecting the JeraSoft VoIP Carrier Suite (VCS) with Brekeke SIP Server at Brekeke's Wikipedia page.

 “Version 3 of our Brekeke SIP Server offers everything service providers are looking for -- performance, reliability and the flexibility to customize features for their specific requirements,” said Shinichi Mitsumata, CTO at Brekeke Software, Inc. “With this interoperability confirmation of the Dynamic Routing feature, service providers can easily add customized billing without significant cost or time requirements.”

Brekeke Software was in the news earlier this year when TMC named Brekeke PBX as a recipient of the global integrated media company’s 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award.

Edited by Braden Becker