Virtutone turns up wholesale VoIP division
VoIP provider Virtutone Networks has launched a wholesale division through which it will provide telephony services to other carriers.
The company will use the new division to see VoIP services to telephone companies, cellular companies, corporate clients, cable television companies, call centers and IP voice providers.
Virtutone tapped Sonus Networks to build a wholesale infrastructure platform that can provide 1.2 billion VoIP minutes per month. The company has signed interconnect agreements with several big players in North America, Australia and the U.K.
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