Time Warner Telecom's VoIP Solution

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Time Warner Telecom's VoIP Solution

Cnet reported that Time Warner Telecom on Wednesday announced new Internet telephony services targeted at businesses. What they neglected to mention is the news was announced at Internet Telephony Expo - no big deal. I'm just a tad annoyed that I knew this news was coming out, and in fact have a meeting scheduled with Time Warner Telecom tomorrow. I specifically asked Time Warner Telecom last week to make sure I got the scoop on the news I knew was coming. I asked Time Warner for a meeting before the news came out. Ah well, I can't win them all. Maybe in the meeting tomorrow they can give more more specific details that might be interesting to blog.

Well, here's a snippet of the news. For the rest, look at the Cnet article.

The TW Telecom One Solution, is for customers with PBX (private branch exchange) phone systems and features trunking, IP FX virtual numbering and conferencing services, the company said.

The offering will be available in 21 markets initially with more areas will be added later this year. In addition, the company is offering a free voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)-based virtual private network service to its site-to-site business customers in the 44 markets it serves.

"Our strategy is to layer VoIP-based business-class solutions on our robust metro Ethernet platform. This leverages our network strengths and relationships with customers to meet their mission-critical voice needs," Michael Rouleau, a Time Warner Telecom senior vice president, said in a statement. "As more and more businesses converge their voice and data networks, aligning with the right service provider is becoming even more critical."

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