Voice Carrier’s IntelliSIP™ Trunking Service Is Now Rated "Avaya Compliant"
IntelliSIP Delivers Cost-Effective, Flat Rate, High-Quality, Intelligent SIP Trunking Service and Is Compliant With Avaya IP Office, Avaya’s Flagship Solution for Small and Mid-Size Businesses
SAN JOSE, CA -- Voice Carrier, a leading provider of enterprise-grade, VoIP service to businesses of all sizes, today announced that its IntelliSIP™ Trunking service is compliant with Avaya IP Office from Avaya, a leading global provider of business collaboration and communication software and services.
IntelliSIP helps businesses significantly reduce their monthly phone bill, and extend the functionality of their existing PBX with a variety of cutting edge phone services and features. Voice Carrier’s IntelliSIP is now compliance-tested by Avaya for compatibility with Avaya IP Office 8.1.
“We worked very closely with Avaya to ensure interoperability between Avaya IP Office and Voice Carrier’s IntelliSIP trunking service,” said Gary Johnson, CEO, Voice Carrier. “Now our channel partners can actively position a more cost effective and intelligent SIP phone service to their existing and future Avaya customers, while earning industry leading monthly commission on the new lower phone bills. This is a win-win proposition. The customer significantly reduces their monthly phone bill, while the channel partner earns new monthly recurring revenues.”
One of the companies benefiting from the interoperability of Voice Carrier and Avaya solutions is Ameritel, a telecommunications solution provider servicing customers throughout the US, and an Avaya channel partner.
“We integrated Voice Carrier’s IntelliSIP trunking product with several of our existing customers’ Avaya IP Office systems,” said Mickey Kieffer, CEO, Ameritel. “We were able to easily deploy the IntelliSIP product and ’provision’ the trunk properly the first time, including some additional functionality and services. With 27 years of experience in telecommunications, we know that deploying SIP technology can be quite complex, but our experience working with the Voice Carrier technical team and the IntelliSIP product has been exceptionally gratifying.”
Voice Carrier is a Technology Partner in the Avaya DevConnect program -- an initiative to develop, market and sell innovative third-party products that interoperate with Avaya technology and extend the value of a company’s investment in its network.
As a Technology Partner, Voice Carrier is eligible to submit products for compliance testing by the Avaya Solution Interoperability and Test Lab. There, a team of Avaya engineers develop a comprehensive test plan for each application to verify whether it is Avaya compatible. Doing so enables businesses to confidently add best-in-class capabilities to their network without having to replace their existing infrastructure -- speeding deployment of new applications and reducing both network complexity and implementation costs.
“Compliance testing of Technology Partners, like Voice Carrier, SIP trunking services provides partners with the comfort that these services are interoperable with Avaya,” said Eric Rossman, vice president, Developer Relations, Avaya. “Our customers can now benefit from Voice Carrier’s cost-effective, simple-to-deploy, and easily managed IntelliSIP trunking service with their Avaya IP Office enterprise telephony systems.”
Avaya is a global provider of business collaboration and communications solutions, providing unified communications, contact centers, networking and related services to companies of all sizes around the world. For more information please visit www.avaya.com.
About Voice Carrier
Voice Carrier, LLC has delivered award winning business VoIP phone service and systems since 2009. As the ’voice of experience’ in business telephone service and systems, Voice Carrier empowers the VoIP phone service market by providing highly scalable, hosted, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), virtual PBX / phone systems, and enterprise-grade IntelliSIP™ SIP trunking services.
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