Wednesday, 06 May 2020 09:52

Over the Wire’s NetSIP Voice Platform now offers Direct Routing Calling Solution for Microsoft Office 365 and Teams

PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT: Over the Wire has today released Microsoft Teams Direct Routing calling plans, so your organisation can now call externally to the PSTN without the need for onpremises hardware.

Over the Wire’s purpose is to simplify technology to empower business. To this end, we’ve extended our powerful NetSIP voice platform to natively provide competitively priced global calling from Teams.

Microsoft Teams is the fastest growing business app in Microsoft history with some 44 million daily users at time of writing. A move away from legacy on-premise telephony to cloud-delivered unified communications services is now more compelling than ever.

Extending Office 365 licensing to include Teams is easy – and now adding Direct Routing makes the transition to true cloud telephony simple and fast. That’s why we’ve developed our class leading NetSIP voice platform to provide Direct Routing capability for Microsoft Teams.

This new service enables people to call numbers outside the Microsoft cloud, increasing their productivity and building on Over the Wire’s strengths in voice and data networking, cloud and security. As an alternative to the traditional providers, Over the Wire offers both competitive rates and improved service.

We also deliver a number of services that help organisations bring together Microsoft Teams collaboration with our voice services, including:

● Session Border Controller configuration and management
● A choice of competitive voice calling plans using our national SIP network
● Integration services for our existing voice and contact centre platforms
● Self-service customer portal for ordering and routing numbers
● Flexible call routing for inbound calls NetSIP carries millions of calls every day over our highly resilient SIP platform located in geo-redundant voice hubs across Australia, terminating your calls using the best possible path at the highest possible quality.

Over the Wire offers the Direct Calling SIP service as a standalone offering, not requiring customers to migrate Office 365 licensing away from their current provider.

This means Over the Wire will not compete with Microsoft Partners, but instead enhance their service suite and potentially provide them with new revenue streams.

Michael Omeros, Group CEO of Over the Wire, explained that employees want to collaborate in many different ways, but without the pain of disparate systems;

“We are always looking for ways to improve our customers’ productivity using telecoms. We know that people want to see a truly unified collaboration experience and that is now possible combining Microsoft Teams with NetSIP.”

About Over the Wire Holdings Limited: Over the Wire (ASX: OTW) is an ASX-listed telecoms, cloud and security solutions provider that has a national voice and data network with points of presence in all major Australian capital cities and Auckland, NZ. The company offers an integrated suite of products and services to business customers including SD-WAN, IP-WAN, internet, data centre, cloud security and managed services. Over the Wire companies include Over the Wire, NetSIP, Faktortel, Sanity Technology, Telarus, VPN Solutions, Access Digital Networks and Comlinx.

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