Save costs, reduce complexity and future proof your telephony services with our wide range of
voice services, ranging from voice VPNs to SIP trunking.

As an enterprise, one of the hardest communications challenges you face is how to meet the voice
and telephony requirements of all employees, while still managing to control costs. This task
becomes even more challenging when looking to future-proof your telephony services.

The biggest barrier to progress is having a complex mix of different telephony infrastructures
scattered worldwide. This makes it difficult and costly to upgrade or scale services. In addition,
not having a standardized voice infrastructure will hinder deployment of unified
communications and other advanced telephony services for your end users.

Voice, IPT

To help you overcome your telephony challenges, we offer a range of comprehensive voice
solutions. We deploy them using a number of approaches to meet your specific requirements,
namely integrated, managed, hosted or as a cloud-based “as-a-service.”

Our voice network services are available in more countries than any other provider and allow you
to use your MPLS network to make voice calls at greatly reduced costs. To complement this, we
offer local voice services, so you can also use your MPLS network to call local numbers.

We provide a single solution for both international and domestic voice services yielding cost
reduction, simplified vendor management and a consistent global architecture to support UC. We
also offer a range of IP telephony services based on Cisco, Avaya and Microsoft technology and
provide SIP trunking to reduce networking costs and simplify deployment.

Comprehensive range

The key benefits of our telephony services are reduced costs, reduced complexity (as there are
fewer suppliers to manage), better visibility and an easy migration to unified communications
services. They include:

voice network services: Using your MPLS network or as a standalone VPN

local voice services: Including local numbers, emergency services and an assortment of voice
services normally obtained from local PTTs

IP telephony services: Based on Cisco, Avaya and Microsoft technology

SIP trunking: Available in more locations than anyone else