Pure IP can now provide fully compliant PSTN replacement services in 42 countries, and a range of voice services in a total of 137 countries. The changes are part of Pure IP’s ongoing program to increase the geographic coverage of our voice services to meet the demand of organizations around the world. As well as the addition of full PSTN replacement services in Peru and South Africa, other new number services have been added to Pure IP’s offering across all continents.
“Over the last 18 months we have seen a massive increase in customers migrating to cloud solutions, which in turn has driven a greater demand for more geographic services.” said Gary Forrest, CEO of Pure IP. “We are continually looking to add to our portfolio of fully compliant PSTN replacement services and offer creative solutions in other regions to meet the needs of multi-national organizations.”
“The move to the cloud has not only driven a need for more geographic coverage, but has opened up questions of interoperability with legacy devices and systems, as businesses look to consolidate and optimize what they can,” Forrest continued, “Businesses around the world should be able to level up their systems while also integrating with any previous investments, or bring together previously incompatible platforms, or simply unify all their regional teams onto a single solution. We’re proud to be able to offer our customers voice solutions that support these real-world priorities, and look forward to continuing to expand and offer these opportunities in even more regions.”
These services are provided over Pure IP’s own SIP-based voice network, and allow businesses to use Voice over IP (VoIP) telephony. In the 42 countries where Pure IP offer full PSTN replacement services, this includes access to full CLI, local ring back, and emergency services, as well as Pure IP’s Microsoft Teams Direct Routing and Operator Connect solutions. Operator Connect customers are already able to select from these 42 countries from directly within the Teams Admin Center.
This expansion provides large and multi-national organizations the opportunity to move away from managing relationships with multiple local carriers, and combine their voice services in the cloud. Using a single provider, such as Pure IP, can improve central visibility over usage, reduce troubleshooting time, and help to integrate platforms and systems with each other.
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Alessandra joined Pure IP as the Content and Communications Manager in early 2020, after 5 years within the cinema technology sector.