XO Communications has enhanced its voice over IP (VoIP) services portfolio that help businesses and large enterprises with distributed locations simplify and streamline their IP-based communications networks.

The new capabilities include:

  • Availability of XO’s VoIP services in all 50 states for multi-location enterprises
  • Wider range of interoperable IP-PBX platforms for SIP deployments
  • Availability of automatic call routing to provide business continuity capabilities

XO’s coverage to all 50 states effectively doubles its VoIP footprint enabling the company to provide VoIP services in 80 percent of major metropolitan markets.

“Businesses and large enterprises with operations, branch offices or retail stores distributed across the country are often faced with the management of multiple providers and varying service types to support their communications requirements,” said Rebecca Swensen, analyst, Mobility and IP Communications Services at IDC, in a prepared statement. “These enhancements from XO facilitate the ability of multi-location businesses to deploy a single VoIP services platform.”

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