How do you make the right choice, when it comes to the best Class 4 Softswitch for your business needs?
The VoIP sector is expanding, and there are several types of VoIP solutions available to keep businesses going. One of the truly essential solutions in this spectrum of too many alternatives is the Class 4 Softswitch solution. Evidently, Class 4 Softswitch solutions are available in a variety of configurations and the feature set varies, depending on the vendor.
When there comes a time to implement a softswitch, VoIP carriers should choose the most suitable ownership option that meets their requirements There can be buyout, rental and hosted softswitch licenses. Before moving on to the implementation, it is important to analyze which option is the most convenient and cost-effective.
Reliable VoIP server and hosting are crucial for the VoIP wholesale business. Carriers should consider many aspects during the implementation of their softswitch. Some VoIP vendors offer their server as a part of the complete solution. Sometimes providers provide the VoIP software license, and the client should take care of the server and colocation.
When there comes a time to choose a telecom software platform, carriers often face a difficult choice. There are lots of available alternatives on the market. As a result, telecom carriers need to compare price, functionality, customer reviews, after-sales support and other factors.
Customer feedback is significantly important for our company. It plays a primary role in the MediaCore roadmap development. Lately, we’ve got a chance to speak with Mohamed Bilal, a COO and Partner of GoIP Telecom. They have been using the MediaCore SBC since July 2019. Below you can read their feedback about our Class 4 VoIP Softswitch.
A softswitch is a long-term investment, which comes with certain requirements for commitment from VoIP providers. This commitment is understandable and usually a good thing, except when carriers outgrow the benefits that their initial solution gives them. Then, they are faced with the thought of potential migration to another softswitch.