IP network provider Comindico has announced that it will use a direct VoIP interconnection to global voice carrier, ITXC.net, through ITXC's VoIPLink service.
Comindico recently rolled out its eCall service, which delivers VoIP services throughout Australia.
The new agreement with ITXC will allow Comindico to offer its customers direct VoIP connections to every country across the globe.
The VoIPLink service, launched in February, is designed to reduce the capital and operating costs of calls and enable the carrier to scale capacity and destinations as customer demand requires.
It is hoped that the service will significantly improve the range of operability, and increase the speed of deployment.
“The agreement to interconnect with ITXC was a simple decision,” Comindico chief executive, John Stuckey, said. “They operate the largest global VoIP network, deliver high-quality and competitive rates, and make it easy for us to directly interconnect our VoIP networks together without having to convert to PSTN.”
As part of the agreement, Comindico will also carry a portion of ITXC.net’s VoIP traffic to Australia.
“We applaud Cominidico’s progress in rolling out VoIP in Australia and recognising the benefits of VoIP,” ITXC Managing Director for Asia, Diarmid Massey, said.