VoIP Peering is Exploding

Well exploding may not be the term I would have picked but peering continues to gain massive traction as evidenced by this article by the same name as this blog entry. Companies mentioned in the piece are XConnect, IPeerX, Nextone, NeuStar, Arbinet, Columbus Communications Jamaica, nexVortex, Orbitel, Telecom Argentina (NewsAlert), Telefonica Argentina, Telefonica Chile, Telefonica Peru, Telmex Chile and Verizon (NewsAlert) Dominicana.

More and more companies will be breaking voice peering news at ITEXPO next month. I have inside info on a few of these announcements (I hate those darn press embargos) and you can be sure that the entire voice peering community will be well represented next month in San Diego.

If you have any interest in peering be sure to come to these voice peering sessions that will be the best way to catch up on all the potential peering has to offer.

  • Beyond VoIP
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