Telstra has announced the availability of T-VoIP, its global Voice-over-IP (VoIP) offering. T-VoIP provides multinational corporations with an option to use VoIP to reduce telecommunications costs.
“T-VoIP is based on Telstra’s global IP VPN platform … delivering highly reliable, integrated IP packetised voice service,” says Dan Kerth, President and COO of US-based Telstra Incorporated. “Companies can combine voice and data traffic to maximize their return on investment.”
Through the use of T-VoIP, companies are able to interconnect geographically dispersed PBXs over a “virtual private network”. Companies with small branch offices up to very large sites can be supported with access speeds ranging from 128 kbit/s through 155 Mbit/s. In a converged scenario, voice and data traffic share the same local access loop, reducing the number of access loops required to obtain services.
“T-VoIP has the ability to simplify a company’s network and streamline costs associated with voice and data,” says Ilissa Miller, Product Marketing Manager. “A monthly rate for the on-net calling plan provides customers with virtually unlimited intra-company calls. In addition, off-net is provided at a flat rate per termination country, independent of the country of origin.”
Telstra is offering companies a free analysis of their networking needs to determine if a global IP voice VPN is right for them.