Verizon Introduces VoIP in Switzerland

Verizon Business has introduced VoIP  in Switzerland to add to its European VoIP portfolio.

The VoIP product service-level agreemen was previously only available in the United States of America.

The European VoIP portfolio will allow small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as large companies, to make and receive domestic and international calls cheaply.

Meanwhile the company has certified Cisco VoIP and unified communications to work with Verizon IP Trunking in both Europe and America.

Therefore Verizon customers can make use of web conferencing, presence and other UC solutions. By offering these services in the cloud they can be made use of on a pay-per-user basis.

Anthony Recine, the vice president of communications solutions at Verizon Business, said, "Verizon Business continues to expand and enhance its VoIP offerings to create a powerful unified communications and collaboration platform for multinational enterprises.

"By expanding our VoIP portfolio in Switzerland, introducing a comprehensive VoIP service-level agreement and certifying the latest Cisco Unified Communications system with world-class IP Trunking, we continue to advance VoIP for our worldwide customers."

By next year an SLA is to be launched for VoIP services in Europe which will increase the mean opinion score guarantee to four and introduce a four-hour mean-time-to-repair metric.

Verizon Business customers can use the certification of Unified Communications Manager with Cisco Cube.

Verizon IP Trunking customers can use Cisco Unified Border Element, an enterprise-focused session border controller, to enable enhanced collaboration applications and improve network connections. 

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