AireSpring announced this week that the company was awarded U.S. Patent no. US 10,116,803 B1 for Toll-Free Redundancy for “System and Method of Rerouting a Toll Free Telephony Call in the Event of the Failure to Connect to the Target Telephony Station.”
The issuing agency is the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The AireSpring patented technology provides a method to automatically re-route a toll-free call if an interexchange carrier is unable to connect it to the original targeted telephony station.
This AireSpring patent acknowledges inventor (Eric) Arno Vigen, AireSpring’s Chief Financial Officer, who currently has 12 patents pending in fields from nanotechnology and energy to chemical engineering and related software.
The newly granted patent reinforces AireSpring’s standing as a leader in the mission critical toll free category as well as a leading provider of managed services to multi-location, mid-market and large North American enterprises. AireSpring’s Mission Critical Toll-Free Services offer unparalleled network reliability and resiliency, together with advanced tools for managing voice services.