DENVER, Feb. 22, 2010 – FaxCore (www.faxcore.com) utilizes iQ SIP Trunk from Qwest Communications (NYSE: Q) to converge its voice and data services onto a single platform. A leading provider of IP-based fax server solutions, FaxCore’s new communications architecture is more simplified, centralized and cost-efficient.
By evolving to an all-IP voice and data architecture, FaxCore has simplified network maintenance, reduced operating costs and moved to a flexible network platform that can quickly scale with the needs of its business.
- Qwest iQ SIP Trunk enables customers to send and receive voice over IP (VoIP) and other data traffic across Qwest’s multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) network. The service is designed to work in conjunction with Qwest iQ Networking, a secure, managed, fully interoperable and scalable suite of wide area networking (WAN) services.
- Qwest iQ SIP Trunk routes voice calls from a customer’s IP-PBX across secure MPLS communication paths using sessioling protocol that delivers real-time, IP-based communications.
- Qwest iQ SIP Trunk offers businesses of all sizes a simple, economic way to use existing telecommunications infrastructure to converge voice and data network traffic to a single network connection.
Tom Linhard, president, FaxCore
“With Qwest’s iQ SIP Trunk offering, we were able to simplify our network and reduce monthly recurring costs. This service will also enable us to introduce new services in the future as we fully shift to a pure data environment.”
“Enterprises of all sizes are looking for a safe and reliable migration path to an all-IP voice and data network that is cost-effective. Qwest’s comprehensive iQ portfolio of services, including SIP Trunk, is positioned to help businesses, government agencies and educational institutions make technological transitions easily, economically and efficiently.”
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