GLOBALINX, a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider, recently announced that its households and business have been able to cut the costs and the need for landline services thanks to the company’s solutions.
With VoIP services from GLOBALINX, customers are able to save up to 50 percent on their monthly phone bill.
GLOBALINX creates a simple approach to telecom with Hosted PBX (News - Alert), SIP Trunking, SIP Interconnect and mobile video applications. The company also supports a full suite of voice and data services including Toll-Free, Dedicated Access, MPLS, Conferencing and several others.
Demonstrating strength in the industry, GLOBALINX made the Inc. 500/5000 list of fastest-growing privately held companies for the seventh consecutive year in 2012.
GLOBALINX service works through broadband; it goes where the clients go. They can use the service while on the road when traveling for work or pleasure. All they have to do is simply connect it to a broadband connection and start saving on their bills.
The calls sound just like the customers are used to with traditional phone service, but there’s no high local or long-distance charges to pay.
The heart of GLOBALINX is its Communication Applications Server, which enables VoIP and multimedia applications for a variety of users. The Broadworks-based platform provides resellers with multiple configurations they can use to customize solutions for their clients.
In related news, GLOBALINX recently announced the hiring of Patrick Tata, former VP/GM at PAETEC (News - Alert), as its new VP of Sales. Tata was recently named a “Wholesale Provider Leader to Watch in 2012” by an industry publication. The addition of Tata to the GLOBALINX team comes at the same time as the company announcing it will unveil a new branding initiative at the Channel Partners Conference and Expo in September.
Edited by Braden Becker