Wholesale transit traffic exchange is a base of whole VoIP industry. VoIP traffic transit service is supplied by transit telecom operators in a chain-like manner, until the actual call reaches VoIP termination provider and is successfully terminated to local PSTN network. So, the generalized VoIP business scheme may look like this: source customer (the one that calls) → local VoIP service provider → VoIP traffic transit company (or a whole network of them) → VoIP termination provider → PSTN network. So, in truth, transit traffic exchange companies may be considered the transporting medium of VoIP.
Such business setup usually includes a switch, billing server, support for H.323 and SIP protocols and contracts with several origination / termination partners. As such, this is mostly a Class 4 featured type of business, based on post-paid operations.
Let's take a brief overview of what JeraSoft VCS can offer for this business model:
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