Fluidata has revealed that they have begun beta trialling their new advanced SIP platform.
The platform, which has been built in-house from the ground up, has been designed to support a variety of dedicated and hosted phone systems.
Piers Daniell (pictured), Managing Director of Fluidata said: “We have no existing voice revenue to cannibalise so we are being very disruptive in our approach to delivering low-cost call routing. We have a simple design and package to ensure customers will see great savings by routing calls via our new SIP platform.”
The platform, which initially will support over 300,000 SIP sessions, is being supported in multiple data centres simultaneously to ensure maximum uptime, whilst an advanced internally developed end-to-end fraud mitigation process adds an extra layer of security for partners and customers.
Harsal Thakrar, Product Architect of Fluidata said: “We have uncovered areas where, in our opinion, the industry platforms do not provide the level of uptime and quality that our customers expect and so we have spent 12 months working through these challenges to create a platform that we believe will create the new gold standard in the marketplace.”
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