This morning, TelCove, a Pittsburgh, PA facilities-based CLEC, announced the availability of a brand-new VoIP offering. TelCove's Network VoIP Service (TNVS) is available as of today across the entire TelCove network which encompasses over 70 markets, primarily on the East coast of the United States.
Applications include a suite of follow-me services, unified communications functionality, full integration for remote workers/road warriors, and multimedia collaboration apps such as Web conferencing and document sharing.
The new TelCove service is offered at two price points/service levels: Standard Enterprise VoIP Station service and Premium Enterprise VoIP Station service.
According to Craig Drinkhall, senior vice president of product development and engineering at TelCove, “With VoIP, we can offer customers across our 70-market network both productivity gains and cost savings for all their users. Today’s announcement of our Network VoIP Service continues our delivery of next generation transport and communication services for enterprises, assisting them in multiple aspects – from productivity improvements to business continuity to management simplification and capital preservation."
TNVS uses a network-based VoIP platform ( I believe it's Broadsoft) to provide the call control and features for their customers. The company is also working with NextiraOne to fulfill the CPE component of the VoIP service, which includes network assessment, upgrades, equipment installation and maintenance.