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April 28, 2014

Colocation America, Kolmisoft Launch M2 Switch


By Rahul Arora SIP Trunking Report Contributor



Colocation America, a provider of colocation and dedicated server hosting, has collaborated with Kolmisoft, a provider of advanced VoIP billing and VoIP routing software, to come up with a new Class 4 Switch—the M2 Switch—that can handle up to 1,000 concurrent calls. The product will be available for sale beginning in May.


The new M2 Switch, which was tested on an Intel Xeon e3-1245 with 3.40GHz, 32GB RAM, and 120GB SSD, boasts of many features that allow VoIP wholesale businesses to seamlessly manage traffic transit. With the new M2 Switch will allow or block certain destinations, meaning that providers can sell or buy exact destinations to clients and configure intelligent priority routing.

"We are excited to be able to offer our clients that are wholesale VoIP Providers a new Class 4 Switch option which can handle 1000 concurrent calls," said Albert Ahdoot, Director of Business Development for Colocation America.

Mindaugas Kezys, CEO of Kolmisoft, added, "We've noticed a need among our clients that they need a more optimized solution for wholesale VoIP business. This has encouraged us to build a completely new product targeting a niche market – traffic trading which will make life easier for all wholesalers.”

Colocation America recently released its new dedicated server lineup, intended for organizations seeking to lease premium dedicated servers at competitive pricing models. Colocation America has customized these server hardware packages to address the demands of clients who use their servers to analyze huge amounts of big data. These packages will also help clients with complex computing tasks that need extra speed and storage capability.

In order to address the requirements of its clients, Colocation America teamed has proven that it is willing to work with clients and partners to develop new VoIP hardware packages that improve server performance.




Edited by Alisen Downey