What service providers need right now is a virtualized software solution to assist them in creating a scalable and cost-efficient voice platform that can transform communications delivery and accelerate business innovation and growth. Enter the solution: Cloud Voice Platforms.
At Alianza, we say: “Got Fiber? You need VoIP!” We say this because many new ISPs are entering the market without a background in voice, and there’s great opportunity for them to grow revenue, accelerate ROI and deliver a better customer experience with a phone service portfolio.
Eagle Communications and Service Electric Cable TV & Communications have selected Alianza's Cloud Voice Platform for their VoIP telephony services. Both operators are migrating from legacy hosted softswitch solutions to a cloud solution to support both residential and business services.
Co-Mo Connect, Maquoketa Valley Electric Cooperative, NEXT, powered by North Arkansas Electric Cooperative, and OzarksGo have selected Alianza’s Cloud Voice Platform to power phone services over their growing fiber broadband networks.
Adams Cable and Service Electric Cablevision have selected Alianza's Cloud Voice Platform. The virtualized software VoIP solution is designed to support residential phone and business communication services, and also to provide a platform for growth and launching new business services.
Alianza uses its cloud-based communications software to allow telecommunications service providers to offer a stable connection to VoIP and UC to their end users. This week, it announced numerous updates to that platform to update its usability and efficiency.
Alianza has upgraded its residential and business VoIP solution portfolio for service providers. The company says the new features have been deployed over the course of 2016 with a continuous and nondisruptive release process.
VoIP solutions are nearing the end of life, but NFV alone is not a fix due to deployment costs, risky business cases, and operational complexity. An alternative to building out a next-generation NFV-based voice network is the Alianza Hosted NFV VoIP solution.
Alianza’s announcement that three smaller cable companies will use its cloud-based VoIP offering illustrates a broader trend. After deploying softswitches or using wholesale solutions five to 10 years ago, cablecos and others are finding that their existing solution is reaching the end of its life.
Some independent cable operators are switching from their aging VoIP platforms to cloud-based voice for their residential and business customers in order to lower cost and grow revenue with innovative new services