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V1 VoIP Conference Bridges are Popular PBX Feature

V1 VoIP conference bridge allows conference calls with up to 30 different participants as amazing hosted PBX featureWhen dealing with business customers, resellers know they need conference call capabilities. The best way to provide these services is with conference bridges, a key feature of V1 VoIP hosted PBX services. With V1 VoIP’s conference bridge you can conduct a conference call for up to 30 different participants. Our conference bridge is easy-to-configure and has a dedicated number that is password protected.

A conference call is a call between three or more callers. But with the more callers you have, the more complicated it gets. A conference bridge can refer to the software, hardware, and/or the phone number used to make a large conference call. A conference bridge allows for all parties involved to connect. Whether your business is large or small, a conference bridge is a useful tool to help your business collaborate and communicate.

V1 VoIP Conference Bridge features include the following benefits:
* V1 VoIP allows you to set up conference bridges easily and quickly.
* Conduct sales training, customer training, business meetings and other type of large conference calls using your V1 VoIP PBX without needing a third-party conferencing system.
* Got a large group? V1 VoIP can host up to 30 participants at one time.
* feel safe with password protection which can easily be changed when you need to.

Don’t wait any longer to give you customers the ability to do a conference bridge with up to 30 participants. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP team today.

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V1 VoIP Resellers Offer Class 4 and Class 5 Softswitch

V1 VoIP gives resellers the ability to provide class 4 and class 5 softswitch solutionsV1 VoIP offers resellers the ability to provide customers with Class 4 and Class 5 softswitch solutions. These switches give you the ability to organize and route telephone calls virtually rather than traditional PTSN calls allowing for advanced business services.

A switch is a central device in a telecommunications network which connects telephone calls from one phone line to another, across a telecommunication network or the public Internet, entirely by means of software running on a general-purpose computer system.

Here are some of the key features of both class 4 and the class 5 softswitches:

Class 4 Softswitch
The Class 4 softswitch routes calls over long distances, for example between Seattle and New York. A Class 4 switch routes large volumes of traffic including all the traffic between various Class 5 areas.

Class 5 Softswitch
A Class 5 softswitch routes calls between end-users or consumers in relatively small areas such as a single city, town or even small state like Delaware. Even a small country can be operated by a Class 5 softswitch. Class 5 softswitch platforms are best suited to residential areas and small home offices. Therefore, VoIP and telecom service providers that wish to sell telecom service to residential customers use a Class 5 switch to do so.

If you have questions about which softswitch will work best for your business, please contact member of the V1 VoIP team. We will be happy to hear about your VoIP business and help you decide which softswitch will help your service grow.

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What You Need to Start Reselling SIP Termination

SIP termination allows small and medium sized businesses to take complete advantage in terms of expanding their communications with other businesses and clients. V1 VoIP offers you the ability to resell our SIP termination services and solutions to your clients. Here we discuss everything you need to start reselling SIP termination.

SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol. SIP termination is a service that allows you to use VoIP technology in order to make outgoing voice calls to external phone networks around the world. SIP trunking is the use of VoIP to facilitate the connection of a private branch exchange (PBX) to the Internet. In effect, the Internet replaces the conventional telephone trunk. This allows an enterprise to communicate with fixed and mobile telephone subscribers worldwide.

In order to take advantage of SIP trunking, a business must have a PBX that connects to all internal end users, an Internet telephony service provider (ITSP) and a gateway that serves as the interface between the PBX and the ITSP. One of the most significant advantages of SIP trunking is its ability to combine data, voice and video in a single line, eliminating the need for separate physical media for each mode. The result is reduced overall cost and enhanced reliability for multimedia services.

When talking about its service to communicate on a broader level, SIP termination provides features such as:

* Video conferencing
* Voice calls
* Streaming media
* Instant messaging
* Playing online games

V1 VoIP offers carrier grade wholesale VoIP services including premier level SIP termination. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP wholesale team to find out more about our SIP product offerings and our extremely competitive pricing.

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V1 VoIP and Emergency Services for United States and Canada

V1 VoIP definitions for emergency services to the United States of American and Canada

When you are reselling V1 VoIP services and solutions, it is important to familiarize yourself with the emergency and e911 services which are compliant with the FCC and CRTC for the United States of America and Canada.

When it comes to e911 services, there are several terms that will be used frequently. Please familiarize yourself with them here:

911 Services – functionality that allows End-users to contact emergency services, including, without limitation, police, fire and hospital medical services. In areas served by selective routers, 911 Services may include Enhanced 911 (“E-911”) Service, in which emergency calls to the appropriate public safety answering point (“PSAP”) serving the End-User address and DID/DOD information.

DID/DOD – stand for Direct Inward Dial and Direct Outward Dial number. In laments terms, this is your phone number. A DID means an access line associated with a particular telephone number that allows for inbound and outbound voice calls

Emergency Call Relay Center (ECRC) – means Provider or its agents inbound call center, staffed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and 365 days per year for emergency call handling support.

Emergency Call – a 911 call placed by a Voice over Internet Protocol (“VoIP”) End-User to Carrier’s Internet Protocol (“IP”) services.

How does e911 work?

If you live in an area where E911 service is available, your telephone number and the address you have registered or will register during the sign-up process will be automatically forwarded to the most appropriate emergency dispatch center. Consequently, the emergency operators will have immediate access to the information they need send help directly to your location.

It is important to remember that the address you register with is the address that will be automatically forwarded to emergency services when you dial 911 – therefore, if you relocate either temporarily or permanently, you must update your address by clicking on the member login to any such move so that emergency services always has the correct information regarding your whereabouts.

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