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Digerati Inks an Agreement with Broadvox


June 01, 2011

Digerati Technologies, provider of cloud communication services, has entered into an agreement with Broadvox, a provider of managed voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) services.

Annually, the Broadvox IP network carries over 15 billion minutes of traffic. It powers 300 telecommunication carriers, local exchange carriers, ISPs, and next generation carriers.

This interconnection agreement is expected to provide Digerati with nationwide access to a robust IP network with 90 points of presence and major switching centers in Dallas, New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Denver, Miami and Seattle.

Ken Ryon, senior vice president of engineering at Digerati, said that this network agreement “greatly” complements their existing global network and allows Digerati to access Broadvox's expanding network of interconnected local service providers.

“This addition to our cloud based platform expands our local number portability coverage to nearly 12,000 rate centers across the United States and Canada,” Ryon said, adding that besides expanding the company’s area of coverage, this addition to the routing table allows the company to lower costs of local rate center termination, thereby improving the competitiveness of product offerings to North American value added resellers and direct customers.

With the help of Broadvox network, Digerati expects to scale its U.S. network more effectively. It also expects to increase the number of distribution interconnection points for its domestic VoIP network without incurring additional capital costs.

Earlier this year in March, Digerati Technologies launched its new corporate website. The Company also unveiled a new corporate logo for the company, thereby completing the Company’s re-branding initiative.


Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.




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