VoIP carriers launch international peering network

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Feb 25, 2005.

  1. Internet calls to landlines could get even cheaper, following yesterday's
    launch of an international peering network of VoIP providers. Fourteen
    companies have signed up to the free-of-charge interconnection service
    including Callme.se (Sweden), e-fon.ch (Switzerland), Magrathea
    Telecommunications (Great Britain), Musimi.dk (Denmark), MS Networks
    (Luxembourg), sipgate (Austria, Germany, Great Britain) and SIPphone (USA).

    The service is brokered by e164.info which has built a central database of
    VoIP telephone numbers. e164.info is brainchild of a small German company,
    netzquadrat, which was set up by the founders of German VoIP provider
    sipgate/nufone.



    Full details:
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/02/25/e164_info_voip_peering_service/
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}, Feb 25, 2005
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