From the SIP Trunking Experts

October 04, 2013

MegaPath Receives Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award

By Rahul Arora SIP Trunking Report Contributor

MegaPath Corporation, a provider of managed data, voice, security and hosted IT services in North America, was recently recognized by TMC with 2012 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award for its hosted voice and SIP trunking solutions.

Using existing IP PBX system, the SIP trunking solutions from MegaPath combine voice and Internet access over a single Internet connection, ensuring reduced costs and simplified IT management. The company offers SIP trunking for single-site businesses and enterprise trunking for multilocation businesses. Moreover, the hosted voice solutions from the company allow businesses to reduce costs, increase productivity and streamline communications. These solutions can be delivered over MegaPath's MPLS-enabled all-optical IP network for the highest level of Quality of Service (QoS).

"The products and services selected for the prestigious Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award represent some of the most exceptional innovations this industry has had in quite some time," said Rich Tehrani, TMC CEO. "It is my pleasure to recognize MegaPath with these honors as they have proven that they deserve to be considered to be among the industry's elite."

"In today's fast-paced business environment, organizations demand service reliability and a rich feature set for an affordable price," said Dan Foster, president, Business Markets, MegaPath. "MegaPath's Hosted Voice and SIP Trunking solutions provide customers with clear, reliable voice communications so that they can focus on running their businesses. These awards validate our efforts to deliver the highest quality solutions to support our customers' voice needs."

MegaPath recently introduced its Cloud Capacity Assessment service, which is available free of charge for a limited time and allows businesses to understand the actual capacity and resources needed to migrate some or all of their infrastructure to the cloud. Featuring a simple one-week evaluation, the assessment service helps businesses to measure the current workload capacity of their data center and desktop infrastructure and monitor total resource usage.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey
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