*Guest Post written by Allison Boccamazzo, TMCnet Web Editor
t’s safe to say that VoIP is dominating the telecom market, where various services and industries continue to grow and flourish. Specifically, the U.S. market for VoIP dramaticallyadvanced starting in 2006, where almost four million VoIP households were added in this year alone.
Meanwhile, competitive carriers continue to seek different and innovative ways to generate revenue to reflect this exploding technology, as wholesale VoIP revenue has grown accordingly. Despite this, they must first find a way to profitably deliver VoIP in a wholesale market.
Customers most typically associated with wholesale VoIP include service providers who are looking to gain a competitive advantage and break into the lowest prices on the most powerful solutions on the market.
Service providers looking to deliver VoIP to an extensive customer base – usually one consisting primarily of other service providers, enterprises and residential customers – find entering the wholesale VoIP market to be very advantageous. Reselling IP telephony as a wholesale VoIP company is becoming increasingly popular in today’s day and age, where it is most preferred and well-known for hitting a “sweet spot” between profit and market control.
Some terms commonly associated with wholesale VoIP can include wholesale DID (direct inbound dialing) origination and wholesale SIP termination. Wholesale DID origination typically provides customers with access to numbers worldwide, as well as the ability to customize service packages by individual DID, which provides maximum flexibility for interoperability with wholesale CNAM caller ID storage, T.38 faxing, E911 emergency services and more.
Wholesale SIP Termination (inbound) servers as a reliable and fully-redundant, carrier-grade wholesale VoIP termination on the industry’s most extensive voice network, which essentially allows customers to take full advantage of the best available call quality.
As the VoIP market continues to evolve, change and grow, it will nevertheless continue to serve as an unstoppable force in today’s technological landscape. Meanwhile, wholesale VoIP stays right behind.
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*Allison Boccamazzo is a Web Editor for TMCnet. A 2012 graduate of Assumption College, she holds a bachelor's degree in Writing and Mass Communications. Allison previously worked as a freelance writer for Atlanta-based Blush Magazine, where her areas of reporting included health, beauty, travel and nutrition. Allison completed a successful internship with HGTV Magazine through Hearst Corporation as head editorial intern and also remotely served as an editorial intern for Folio Literary Management based in New York City.