Covad enhances integrated access SMB offering

Covad Communications announced that it is adding IP PBX and SIP trunking support to its integrated access offerings for small and medium-sized businesses. Telephony reports that it isn't exactly a ground-breaking move to bring such VoIP-related solutions out now to the SMB market, with IP PBXes and SIP trunking having already gone mainstream. But Covad installed session border controllers in its network that help make the new offerings easy to order and support through automated functions.

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