nexVortex has expanded its geographic redundancy northward by entering into a peering agreement with US Signal.
The company has installed and created a VoIP point of presence in a US Signal data center in Oakbrook, Ill. This direct peering relationship adds another access point and interconnection for nexVortex’s SIP Trunking service. The partnership also means that US Signal customers’ VoIP traffic transits directly from US Signal’s network to nexVortex’s network on its way to the PSTN, thereby eliminating the multiple hops through the public internet that can induce delay and packet loss which degrade voice quality.
“We are extremely pleased to be partnering with US Signal,” said Wes Rogers, founder and COO of nexVortex. “We have always been dedicated to providing highly reliable, highly redundant communication services and partnering with an organization like US Signal who shares that same focus is a natural fit.”
As channel partners and businesses purchase hosting, transport and Internet services from US Signal, the nexVortex relationship arms them to also offer quality-focused and reliable SIP Trunking to meet their VoIP voice service needs.
“We understand how critical it is to have high quality infrastructure paired with low latency SIP Trunking for both our customers and for the customers of nexVortex,” said Kirk Dombek, vice president of business development at US Signal. “We are excited to partner with nexVortex to enable this higher quality of service.”