OTEL Telecoms today announced the release of its long-awaited CloudAstrix Service Provider Edition VOIP softswitch. A carrier-neutral Class 5 VPIP software designed to provision and bill VOIP services for Internet service providers and convergence telephone companies.
After nearly two years in development and Beta tested by various service providers worldwide, the softswitch is ready to make its mark globally. VOIP service has become a popular service among Internet Service Providers, however the exorbitant cost of softswitch infrastructure available from other vendors and the complexity of their use has inhibited ISPs into VOIP provisioning.
CloudAstrix bridges the gap between complexity and ease of use. The Service Provider Edition is built as a module within the worlds' most popular ISP billing software, WHMCS (www.whmcs.com (http://www.whmcs.com)), who is partly owned by the worlds most used Web hosting platform, cPanel (www.cpanel.net (http://www.cpanel.net)).
CloudAstrix plans releasing the Business Edition which is the Multi-Tenant Hosted PBX Switch for ISPs, and the CloudAstrix Lite Edition which will be a free world class PBX software for businesses and enterprises to use.
The VOIP industry has flourished to a multi-billion dollar annual revenue stream for telecom providers. Moving from legacy equipment to new generation VOIP switches has proven to be prohibitive in the past. However with the popularity of the technology growing, turnkey VOIP solutions like CloudAstrix SPE has become possible.
Backed by a First Tier Carrier in OTEL Telecoms who share a commitment to providing startups and seasoned VoIP Service Providers globally with high-performance, affordable and cutting-edge technologies, CloudAstrix is a safe choice.
"With ongoing development and improvements, we're sure that CloudAstrix SPE will continue to serve ISPs to maximise their profitability," concludes Patel.
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