Arbinet Corporation [Nasdaq: ARBX] has deployed Customer Based Routing in its network, providing Arbinet Carrier Service (ACS) customers the ability to select multiple levels of quality on one trunk group.
This solution provides customers the ability, through one interconnection to Arbinet, to choose differenet levels of quality for their global voice termination traffic to better suit its specific customer requirements. By offering multiple grades of service over one trunk group, Arbinet’s customers can select premium mobile termination solutions, which offer guaranteed CLI as well as its premium service which provides global quality voice termination solutions. This provides customers the flexiblity to choose from the highest quality of services for specific routes as well as route traffic across more aggressively priced routes all on a single trunk group.
This service comes on the heels of the company’s announcement launching its Mobile CLI Premium service – which provides the highest quality mobile voice termination solutions with guaranteed Customer Line Identification (CLI). Today, Arbinet provides its customers with access to a multitude of voice termination routes from its more than 1,100 suppliers.
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Arbinet Deploys Customer Based Routing in Network
Arbinet Carrier Service Customer can Select Multiple Levels of Quality on One Trunk Group
Nashville, TN, USA – March 15, 2010– Arbinet Corporation [Nasdaq: ARBX], announces today at Comptel’s Spring 2010 Conference and Exposition that it has introduced into its network a new level of routing flexibility for its Arbinet Carrier Services (ACS) customers. Customer Based Routingsm enables a service provider or carrier customer to select from multiple grades of service for each destination over a single trunk group. A carrier can select routes with guaranteed CLI delivery and Mobile Subscriber Roaming Number (MSRN) support from Arbinet’s Premium Mobile routing table for destinations where its customers need the highest quality of service with advanced features. On the same trunk group, it can choose more aggressively priced routes from Arbinet Quality or Value routing tables for destinations where cost is the most important attribute in route selection. And if it needs CLI delivery, but not MSRN support, it can select routes from Arbinet’s Premium table.
“We set as a goal for ourselves in 2009, to leverage the technology at the core of our voice network and increase the flexibility with which we work with the marketplace,” said Dan Powdermaker, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing. “We launched Carrier Services, a traditional wholesale way of working with customers and suppliers. Utilizing supply from the more than 1,100 service providers and network operators that are connected to Arbinet’s network, ACS offers a number of grades of service ranging from an aggressively priced wholesale table to a recently announced Premium Mobile table with direct termination to more than 250 fixed and mobile network operators and guaranteed Caller Line Identity (CLI) transmission and delivery to terminating network suppliers. Customer Based Routing is the latest innovation to be deployed in our network. It enables our sales team to customize routing for each customer based on the customer’s unique needs.”
Arbinet offers three ways for carriers and service providers to originate and terminate international voice traffic. Arbinet Carrier Services is a standard wholesale trading product with no fees, a single invoice and rate lock. It uses supplier codes in its wholesale routing plans. thexchange™ is the industry’s leading marketplace for buying and selling voice communications where customers and suppliers use sophisticated tools to view market data and trade traffic. PrivateExchangesm, is an easy to use, low-risk outsourcing approach that enables service providers to create virtual direct routes and aggregate existing interconnects.
Arbinet is a leading provider of international voice and IP solutions to carriers and service providers globally. With more than 1,100 carriers across the world connected to the Arbinet network, Arbinet combines global scale with sophisticated platform intelligence, call routing and industry leading credit management and settlement capabilities. Customers and suppliers include many leading fixed line, mobile, wholesale and VoIP carriers as well as calling card, ISPs and content providers around the world who buy and sell voice and IP telecommunications capacity and content.
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