DIGITALK, a provider of consumer, carrier
and mobile platforms and applications to service providers, announced that
Datora Telecom, an international termination carrier in Brazil, is growing
wholesale capacity using the SBC VoIP Peering solution from DIGITALK.
The DIGITALK carrier solution supports more
than 1,000 VoIP carrier interconnects at Datora, using SIP, SIP-T and H.323,
and incorporates remote media access to minimise international call latency.
“We needed an infrastructure partner to
help us grow at a more flexible scale and pace. We reviewed the market and
found DIGITALK to be the best-of breed technology, whilst also being able to
meet our high quality and cost-efficiency requirements,” said Wilson Otero, CEO
The DIGITALK SBC VoIP Peering platform is
based on DIGITALK’s carrier-grade, high capacity Carrier Session Border
Controller supporting signalling interworking, carrier and topology hiding,
media relay, DTMF interworking and dynamic media transcoding. The platform’s
management capabilities include advanced margin- and quality-based carrier
routing, real-time rating and credit control, and service monitoring and
“Our platform solutions deliberately
balance robust performance with operational flexibility to allow our customers
to offer both compelling and relevant services. This is integral to working
with DIGITALK, so Datora sharing our philosophy on a solution that is fit for
now, and that will support them as their markets evolve is delightful to hear,”
said Justin Norris, CEO of DIGITALK.
The DIGITALK Carrier Platform has been
fully integrated into Datora’s network and operating since June 2011.
By Telecomlead.com Team