New Delhi: Tata Communications said on 12 May it has partnered with US-based Sonus to build network to offer phone calls over the internet globally.
“The company has selected Sonus complete fixed trunking solution to provide its IP-voice services in nine cities across three continents,” Tata Communications chief technology officer John Hayduk said.
Tata Communications’ customer base includes more than 1,500 global carriers, 600 mobile operators, 10,000 enterprises, over 500,000 broadband and internet subscribers and around 300 Wi-Fi public hotspots all of which demand the highest level of quality and reliability.
The communication service provider will work with Sonus services team to facilitate the migration from its legacy network onto the new IP-based network initial deployment cities include Newark, New Jersey, Montreal, Quebec, Toronto, Ontario, Los Angeles, California, London, Madrid, Frankfurt and Singapore.
The expansion of Tata Communications global voice network represents further execution of the company’s move to expand its global reach and ability to deliver IP leveraged communications solutions to businesses and consumers worldwide, both companies said in a joint statement.
In addition, Tata Communications will deploy the Sonus Network Border Switch to interconnect its disparate voice networks and deliver seamless IP services across geographies, said Hayduk.