babyTEL announces the creation and offering of the "VoIP Triple Play"
MONTREAL, Dec. 9, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - babyTEL, a global leader of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and T.38 Fax over Internet Protocol (FoIP) services announces today that it now offers the VoIP 'Triple Play' over the Internet.
With the VoIP 'Triple Play', Enterprise of all sizes can migrate all their traditional real-time analog telephony/fax/modem traffic to the Internet, offering extraordinary cost, maintenance, management and infrastructure savings. Telephone systems, Fax machines, Muti-Function Devices and Modem based devices (ie. Point Of Sale or Alarm) can all be consolidated onto one network connecting to the Internet via wireless, fixed line or satellite. babyTEL is the first Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP) to offer a real-time, Standards-based complete solution for migrating all traditional telephone traffic to the Internet.
"We are very pleased to announce this offering," said Stephen Dorsey, CEO, babyTEL Inc. "Businesses of all sizes can migrate all of their traditional telephone traffic onto their Internet connection. Whether it's a fax call, a voice call or even a POS device for credit cards, babyTEL can connect them so that the Internet is now the transmission network ."
The VoIP 'Triple Play' is only available from babyTEL.
Headquartered in Montreal, and founded in 1991, babyTEL develops, in-house, advanced communication technologies to provide the core infrastructure for its VoIP 'Triple Play' services. The VoIP 'Triple Play' is the support for the transmission of the legacy telephone services of voice, fax, and modem over the Internet. Additional babyTEL services include Cloud Business Phone, VoIP, FoIP, and Electronic Fax, and are offered through its Agents and Reseller Partners in the USA and Canada Partners, end-users and network support teams benefit from the availability of in-house developers for effective and timely support.
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