QiComm selects Verscom centralized routing system

Telecom Lead America: QiComm, a provider of
telecommunication services, has selected Verscom centralized routing system.


QiComm undertook the migration to strengthen its service
quality and to reduce its OPEX. VCRS enables QiComm to simplify its network
operation through the centralization of key routing control, resulting in
savings in both OPEX and CAPEX.


VCRS is expected to redefine call routing performance and
economics of its Carrier Voice division. The Verscom solution enables QiComm to
migrate its main UK switching center to a new facility in London’s Docklands.


It will be providing a carrier grade centralized routing system
with a clustered real-time database for increased performance and operational
efficiency.


We knew that we could proactively design a new network
to meet our business needs if we partnered with the right vendor. After an
extensive review, QiComm selected Verscom’s Centralized Routing System for its
performance, capacity, flexibility and reliability,” said Chris Joseph, CTO,
QiComm.


VCRS delivers SIP Redirector route that resolves route
management issues in any multi vendor, multi node and multi site packet voice
network.


With VCRS, Verscom was able to support QiComm’s
migration with zero service disruption, on schedule and on budget while
ensuring QiComm’s specific requirements were implemented successfully. As a
result, QiComm’s network is handling record volumes of traffic and customer
traffic partitioning levels are being exceeded,” said Mehmet Balos, CEO of
Verscom Solutions.


Verscom Solutions’ ODINE Team partnered with us at a
strategic level to define and implement the capabilities we required. VCRS has
contributed significantly to the success of this migration by optimizing
performance, supporting profitability and enabling ongoing growth in our
market,” said Charles Grant, Head of Strategy and Business Development, QiComm.


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