From the SIP Trunking Experts

October 10, 2013

IPsmarx Joins Voxbone's Partner Program to Help Customers Extend Global Presence

By Anil Sharma SIP Trunking Report Contributor

IPsmarx Technology, a provider of VoIP softswitch and prepaid billing solutions, has joined Voxbone’s partner program to help their business customers build or extend their global presence by deploying international inbound SIP Trunking services.

 “We are pleased to partner with Voxbone, the market leader in international numbers for inbound SIP Trunking,” said Andrea Lopez, technical sales manager at IPsmarx, in a statement.

“We are confident that, working together, we can show our customers how easily they can enable global communications to establish themselves and grow in new markets, especially with the latest release of our SIP Trunking Billing and Switching Backend,” said Lopez.

Thanks to the program, IPsmarx and Voxbone would now be able to jointly resolve technical issues for mutual customers and demonstrate combined use cases taking advantage of global numbers and SIP networks, while assuring SIP interoperability.

Officials with IPsmarx pointed out that it has tested products like IPsmarx Prepaid Calling Card & PINless Solutions; IPsmarx Class 5 Residential Softswitch; IPsmarx Multi-Tenant IP-PBX Solution and IPsmarx Breeze, Mobile VoIP Application for Smartphones for interoperability with Voxbone's services.

“The relationship with IPsmarx will help their customers make the world a smaller place by taking advantage of inbound local DID and toll-free SIP Trunking services in 50 countries,” said Hugh Goldstein, vice president of strategic alliances for Voxbone.

Voxbone is a major player in providing worldwide geographical, toll-free and geographically-independent telephone numbers, enabling Internet communications services providers, global carriers, national operators and enterprises to extend the reach of their voice services internationally, rapidly and with minimal costs.

TMCnet in April reported that IPsmarx had launched its PINless Recharge Portal to help wireless and retail stores grow their prepaid businesses.

Prepaid wireless vendors are already seeing a loss in revenue due to international phone card and PINless providers. Thus, the new PINless Recharge Portal allows prepaid wireless vendors to own their own brand of phone cards and PINless calling service, making money on international VoIP calls in addition to domestic wireless.

Edited by Rory J. Thompson
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