Verizon improves VoIP capabilities

Verizon Business continues to enhance its VoIP services and network capabilities with the needs of business customers in mind. Yesterday it announced expanded IP trunking that will allow large enterprise customers to deploy a wider range of IP PBXes and take advantage of shared trunking and other capabilities. The carrier also announced that Ethernet now can be used as a transition path to VoIP. Just in the last several months Verizon has made major enhancements to its business and enterprise VoIP offerings.

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