SAN MATEO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/13 -- IntelePeer, Inc., a leading provider of on-demand, cloud-based communications, today announced expanded security options for its CoreCloud UC SIP Trunking service and additional enhancements supporting highly resilient SIP trunking implementations.
IntelePeer's SIP trunking service for unified communications (UC) systems combines the voice quality of high-definition (HD) audio with the protection of fully encrypted connections. With IntelePeer's Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP) encryption capabilities, its CoreCloud UC SIP Trunking service is the only secure SIP trunking offering in the United States that is qualified for UC systems from Cisco, Avaya and Microsoft.
Integrated TLS and SRTP encryption protects signaling and multimedia content, and ensure the privacy and integrity of communications media. This enhanced security option reduces the need for enterprises to pay for dedicated data access, such as a T1 circuit or MPLS network for their SIP trunking connections, enabling them to securely route communications over their existing data networks.
IntelePeer's new SIP trunking redundancy option streamlines the deployment of backup SIP trunks by automating the provisioning process. This is critical for organizations that need an additional level of geographic redundancy for disaster preparedness or to meet industry and regulatory requirements. For a low monthly charge, this new failover option enhances the quality and reliability of the SIP trunking connection.
"Ensuring the security and reliability of their communications is vital for our customers, who have embraced our encrypted SIP trunking services," said Margaret Norton, chief marketing officer at IntelePeer. "By automating the process for backup SIP trunking connections, we've made it easy and cost-effective to deploy redundant, secure cloud-based communications. This ensures that communications connections are fully available, providing additional levels of geographic redundancy for disaster preparedness."
In addition to the security and redundancy options, several enhanced features are newly available. Customers can now select local Direct Inward Dialing numbers (DIDs) from more than 50 countries, while additional service bundling options for UC hosters can be applied to existing or new SIP Trunk deployments.
IntelePeer's CoreCloud UC SIP Trunking is qualified for all major hosted and on-premise UC platforms. SRTP and TLS support are qualified for use with Microsoft Lync, Avaya and Cisco UC systems. Additional platform certifications are underway. The new SIP trunking encryption and redundancy options are available immediately. For pricing and additional information on IntelePeer CoreCloud UC SIP Trunking, call (877) 336-9171 or visit http://www.intelepeer.com/corecloud-uc-bundles.
IntelePeer, Inc. is a leading provider of on-demand, cloud-based communications services that deliver high-quality voice, video and unified communications for enterprises and service providers. The IntelePeer CloudWorx platform combines the SuperRegistry® database, an intelligent routing solution with a global directory of more than 450 million telephone numbers and end point identifying IP addresses, an extensive Media Peering Grid service, and the AppWorx® development environment and tools. IntelePeer enables customers to rapidly and cost-effectively transition to IP-based communications, improving their return on investment on communications equipment and services, and federate their global networks. For more information visit: www.intelepeer.com.
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