TelePacific SmartVoice via Ethernet over Copper
TelePacific Communications has announced the availabiliy of SmartVoice VoIP services using Ethernet over Copper (EoC) last mile connectivity. Ethernet over Copper offers higher bandwidth typically at lower prices per Megabit when compared to traditional T1 lines. TelePacific’s SmartVoice uses Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for Voice over IP call control and mobility services, and is offered as an integrated service solution including Internet access and/or MPLS (Multi-protocol labeling switching) networking. SmartVoice allows customers to fully leverage and optimize their network access by supporting dynamic allocation of the resource for voice or data traffic. Call quality is guaranteed by priorizing voice over data traffic, and as calls are completed bandwidth is released for other voice or data requirements, making the most efficient use of network access resources.
Available with business lines, PRI, CAS or native SIP handoffs, SmartVoice customers can select up to 120 simultaneous call paths alongside Internet access and/or MPLS IP-VPN services. SmartVoice over EoC bandwidths are available with 1 Mbps to 20 Mbps service. Additionally, when using Ethernet over TDM transport, SmartVoice bandwidth can scale up to 135 Mbps. The SmartVoice package includes up to 22 enhanced calling and data features, local and IntraLATA calling for one flat rate.
 
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