Telephone service providers have moved increasingly toward operating with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). VoIP permits users to send voice over the internet rather than through the digital technology of Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), commonly used by the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
Dial Peer understands these trends and offers VoIP/TDM conversion with all services. Dial Peer's technology enables better access between Members, regardless of their technology platforms. Dial Peer bridges the gap between VoIP and legacy TDM infrastructures so carriers can complete calls seamlessly, without additional capital investment.
In some regions of the world, cable companies and specialty service providers frequently lead in retail VoIP traffic volume. However, incumbent carriers have begun migrating to next-generation networks and VoIP technologies. While 100 percent migration to VoIP is still years, if not decades away, Dial Peer intends to provide all carriers with connectivity to one another during the transition.
Dial Peer's capabilities in VoIP/TDM conversions are both valuable and timely. According to TeleGeography, international VoIP wholesale traffic accounted for 45 percent of all wholesale traffic in 2015. In that same year, VoIP international traffic represented 20 percent of all cross-border traffic. Last year, Dial Peer completed nearly half its calls using VoIP technology, demonstrating the value of our services.
Key benefits of Dial Peer's VoIP technology and services
Expanded buying/selling opportunities, regardless of technology platform
Greater quality for VoIP to VoIP relationships on Dial Peer
More cost-effective buying and selling; greater trading efficiency