VoIP resellers can now offer a complete set of new generation telephony services to large enterprise customers as well as small and medium businesses with V1 VoIP SIP trunking and hosted IP PBX. V1 VoIP is a single software platform which delivers private branch exchange (PBX) functionality as a service (hosted IP PBX solution) and can be successfully used for SIP trunking business supporting:
V1 VoIP SIP trunking
* Hosted IP PBX services
* Class 4 and 5 IP Centrex solutions
* Inbound and outbound calling
* Toll-free and Direct Inward Dialing (DID) numbers
* All current regulations including E911 and CALEA
* SIP over TCP, particularly for customers using Microsoft OCS
* National directory listing
* Multilingual online real time billing and account management
V1 VoIP provides resellers with a full set of class 5 features essential for any IP Centrex and hosted IP PBX deployment, which include:
* Call Transfer
* Hunt Groups
* Call Diverting
* Follow me
* Call Waiting
* Three Way Calling
* Call Forwarding
* Group Call Pickup
The functionality of V1 VoIP’s platform is completely integrated within the class 5 SIP softswitch and customer management platform providing a single interface for service administration and billing.
With services like IP Centrex and hosted IP PBX enabled by V1 VoIP’s business customers can communicate more efficiently while retaining their existing technology and phone numbers. Using a high-speed Internet connection, users are able to customize features and control settings online and in real time, from anywhere in the world. Dramatically lower calling costs, simplified billing and a wide array of business-friendly features are the key to the success of VoIP enterprise telephony services.
Who is V1 VoIP SIP for?
1. Small businesses serving customers with long-distance communication needs
2. Enterprises whose customer base and/or staff includes a substantial traveling sales force
3. Large-sized corporations with geographically dispersed locations
4. Any mid-or large-sized company without sufficient reception staff to take personal messages for employees
5. Telecom companies interested in providing telephone connectivity to remote offices/communities
6. Companies competing with local telecoms by offering enhanced 3rd generation services (Centrex, IP PBX, follow-me, mobility, etc.)
How does V1 VoIP SIP work?
The caller dials the desired local or long-distance number directly. The call is then sent over the company’s high-speed Internet connection via a VoIP gateway or the company’s existing PBX. When dialing a number within the same enterprise, abbreviated dialing is also available. Once the call is completed, it is charged to the company’s account balance. Users (administrators and/or individual employees) may log in to the account self-provisioning interface at any time to access service usage and call history (xDRs/CDRs), payment information, language options, and many other features.
Key Features of V1 VoIP SIP include:
* Both pre-paid and post-paid calling services can be offered; the latter model is preferable for most enterprises
* Allows transparent migration; users may retain their current telephone numbers and extensions, or else integrate their existing PBX system
* Centrex – enhanced business-class phone features for very large office phone systems and/or digital phones, with no equipment upgrade or installation required (standard features include call forwarding, caller ID, call waiting, call transfer, and other class features)
* Virtual Office/IP PBX (Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange) – answers, screens and routes calls to virtually any location, provides company staff with unified virtual extension numbers, and processes large volumes of calls simultaneously
* V1 VoIP Auto Attendant – a voice response unit that answers phones and performs operator/receptionist duties (transferring calls to extensions within the company’s phone system, screening calls, offering callers directory assistance for the correct extension)
* Fully compliant with the Visa security standard