In most countries, the capability to offer access to emergency services is not only a regulatory obligation but also a "must-have" from a commercial standpoint. Many enterprises are only willing to migrate their telephone service to next-generation voice providers that can terminate calls to the local emergency service. VoxOUT offers instant access to local emergency services from multiple countries over one central interconnection.
VoxOUT enables outgoing calls to emergency services for VoxDID phone numbers. At the core of this service, Voxbone maintains routing tables that map local addresses to local emergency service numbers. If an end user of a Voxbone customer makes a call to the emergency service, Voxbone determines the location of the end user in its address database and looks up the E.164 telephone number of the corresponding local emergency service. After the emergency number has been translated into a local telephone number, Voxbone delivers the call to the local PSTN, on which it is routed to its destination. The service works with any SIP-compatible service platform.