, a provider of advanced network services and business class VoIP, has reportedly
expanded its services in Denver and throughout the region, to offer a cost-effective alternative to traditional business telephony services.
With the expansion of its services to Colorado, Voxitas (News
) is capable of offering VoIP, IP Virtual Private Network and Internet services via a T1 with quality of service for as low as $329 a month, officials said.
For this expansion, Voxitas is seeking new phone system and networking equipment partners to become part of their truePartner dealer network.
D&S Communications, a provider of voice and data equipments to the industry, has been a long-time partner of Voxitas. According to Jason Kubasak, chief executive officer of D&S Communications, Voxitas helps businesses save money on their services, without sacrificing quality, as well as provide a generous residual compensation for value added resellers.
Voxitas delivers services via SIP trunking using directly connected T1s, T3s, Metro Ethernet, collocation or users’ own Internet access. The company has procured more than twenty IP enabled phone systems including Cisco, Linksys, Interactive Intelligence (News
), Samsung, Adtran, Allworx, Epygi and more.
Officials claim that Voxitas business VoIP service offers enhanced voice quality, mobility and flexibility which are well suited for application including call centers, virtual office, remote worker, and distributed enterprise telephony.
Voxitas distributes its network services through a network of agents, dealers and private-label wholesalers.
Matt Siemens (News
), vice president of Sales and Marketing for Voxitas, said, “Our presence in Denver brings our cost-saving business class VoIP to a new region of customers.”
Voxitas recently announced a partnership with 3CX
, a global developer of the 3CX Phone System for Windows, to provide a fully integrated business grade voice solution supported by VoIP, TMCnet reported
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Edited by Michael Dinan