Reliance Globalcom, a unit of India’s Reliance Communications, has formed a strategic alliance with US-based Stealth Communications to extend the voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) network — Voice Peering Fabric — across 50 countries.
The alliance will allow Stealth Communications’ Voice Peering Fabric (VPF) to use Reliance Globalcom’s 65,000-km IP-enabled optic fibre network to channel its VOIP traffic.
“We are pleased to be apart of the VPF community and to provide VPF’s community of users the opportunity to avail themselves of Reliance Globalcom’s extensive network assets,” commented Mike Sauer, president, global voice services, Reliance Globalcom.
VPF is a network for organisations to exchange and sell voice (VoIP) and telephony related services. By joining the VPF, Reliance Globalcom will be able to reduce time to market, time to revenue by exchange of VoIP traffic directly with other connected organisations through the VPF and its ENUM registry. In addition, Reliance Globalcom will be able to offer PSTN termination worldwide to VPF members directly across the VPF.
“We look forward to working with Stealth Communications on network and product synergies to introduce quality and innovative services to our respective customer bases,” added Sauer.