Voxbone provides geographical and toll-free telephone numbers that enable voice communications providers to expand their services internationally. These services are delivered through a unique network that interconnects the local public switched telephone network (PSTN) in more than 50 countries with a private global IP backbone.
Incoming voice calls, faxes and text messages to Voxbone phone numbers are collected from local fixed or mobile telephone networks around the world and are converted to VoIP (SIP) by a Voxbone VoIP/media gateway. Calls are then routed via redundant IP links to the nearest Voxbone SuperPOP in Brussels, New York, Los Angeles, Frankfurt or Hong Kong. From there, they are transported to the customer's VoIP network, anywhere in the world. This service is available on geographical numbers (VoxDID) and local toll-free numbers (Vox800).
Voxbone enables global service providers to offer inbound SIP trunks outside their home countries by offering the service components that international voice carriers usually cannot offer. With the optional VoxOUT service, Voxbone provides access to local emergency centers via its local telephone numbers.
Voxbone services can be managed online with Web-based provisioning and management tools. Voxbone has millions of pretested telephone numbers in stock, so all provisioning requests and configuration changes are executed in real time. Customers can interconnect with Voxbone's backbone via the public Internet or through direct interconnects in one or more Voxbone SuperPOPs around the world.
Voxbone distinguishes itself through the quality of its services and management tools. Because it is the only operator of its kind with self-owned licenses, telephone number ranges and network infrastructure, it has end-to-end control over its services. Voxbone customers recognize features provided through the management portal and API as best in the industry.