From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

October 19, 2012

U.S.-Based VoIP Operator Selects rDialer SIP Dialers from Rapidsoft Systems

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Rapidsoft Systems, a provider of mobile VoIP and advanced communications solutions, has just forged an alliance with a major U.S-based VoIP operator to offer Rapidsoft mobile Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) dialers.

The VoIP operator has selected Rapidsoft Systems' rDialers to launch its VoIP Services. The company will rebrand the dialers to promote the operator’s low cost domestic and international call services.

Rapidsoft Systems offers white labeled rDialer for VoIP operators. The rDialers are integrated with their network and the VoIP systems for balance updates, credit updates, and the like.

 The rDialers from Rapidsoft Systems address the issues associated with configuring SIP settings on the phone. The dialers are preconfigured for each operator. Users can simply download the software from the app market and use it without the need to make any configuration changes.

"Rapidsoft Systems's SIP dialers have emerged a perfect choice for many new VoIP providers,” said B. Kumar, COO of Rapidsoft Systems, in a statement. "Our rDialer SIP softphones have many key features such as echo cancellation, choice of multiple codecs and attractive design that our consumers like.”

The rDialer software features a neat user interface with a clear indication of server registration. It has advanced features such as multiple SIP accounts or call recording support. The Android-based softphone also supports call recording feature.Rapidsoft Systems has been involved in the development of SIP solutions for over 10 years. The company offers several white labeled products for the VoIP operators across the world.

In addition to SIP based dialers, the company also gives an alternative way to make cheap international calls, if an Internet connection is not available, by dialing through access numbers (DISA). The mobile client automatically connects to the predefined access number and passes the user's PIN and then the destination number-- when the Internet connection to the server is not available.

Edited by Brooke Neuman