Wholesale VoIP for Resellers
This VoIP wholesale traffic solution can offer call exchange services to Internet Telephone Service Providers worldwide. It is mandatory with Active SoftSwitch Lite and optional with the Active SoftSwitch Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate Service Plans.
With PortaOne's Billing engine at the core, this solution allows efficient mediation of even the largest VoIP traffic volumes. This Active SoftSwitch VoIP wholesale traffic solution facilitates interconnection among VoIP networks regardless of their call control protocol, equipment vendor or internal architecture and is particularly attractive as to our Professional Service Plan Partners.
Active SoftSwitch uses PortaBilling to enable the creation of scalable and easy-to-manage transit VoIP networks (via H323), providing call authentication/authorization, information on priority-based and LCR (least-cost routing), CDR processing, and advanced statistics (ASR, cost/revenue, etc.). As an option, the actual call switching, routing and transcoding can be handled as the session border controller. This solution is recommended for the wholesale VoIP providers and carriers or companies with a complex network infrastructure.
Who is it for?
♦ VoIP carriers seeking partners among outside service providers
♦ Exchange carriers looking to offer global call coverage to affiliate service providers
♦ Wholesale carriers wishing to interconnect with virtually any SIP or H.323 based VoIP network
♦ Wholesale VoIP providers or companies with a complex network infrastructure
♦ Companies planning to provide ASP/Hosted billing and switching solutions.
How does it work?
The Active SoftSwitch VoIP traffic exchange solution provides a single centralised point of management for an entire network. This includes remote control, configuration and monitoring of all elements of the domain, as well as provisioning capabilities. The VoIP traffic exchange solution enables traffic originators and terminators alike to make use of a powerful, feature-rich self-care interface.
Call management (including accounting) is completely centralised, with the system recognizing all active calls passing through it. Real-time Call Detail Records (CDRs) are automatically sent to one central location from both the originating and terminating points. The exchange carrier may also send its own CDRs to terminating partners, providing them with an additional means of verifying call details for accounting and settlement purposes.
♦ Fully integrated with billing
♦ Highly scalable
♦ Available as a customized, all-inclusive solution
♦ Supports complementary enhanced services, such as voice VPN
♦ Open standards-based, interoperable with 3rd party vendors supporting H.323 (requires Cisco Gateway)
♦ SIP Unlimited license allows multi-vendor network environments
♦ Supplied with source code; API available for flexible integration of CDRs into exchange carriers’ back end systems
♦ End-to-end security over public or private networks, fully compliant with the Visa security standard.