The number of potential VoIP-provider partners continues to grow, as 360networks plans to debut a new wholesale VoIP service for cable operators, ISPs, CLECs, wireless broadband and other service providers.
With a single IP connection and feature server, customers can access 360networks’ VoIP platform and gain access to an a-la-carte menu of services that includes inbound and outbound local calling, e911 services, directory listings, local number portability, operator services, caller name services, directory assistance and domestic long distance termination.
The IP service, called VoIP360, runs on the company’s wholly-owned 16,000-mile fiber optic backbone, which currently extends through the western United States. 360networks signaled it intends to expand its footprint.
360networks said it is in the final stages of beta testing with multiple customers using the VoIP360 service. TransAria, which serves Montana, was the one identified customer.