A new routing feature has been unveiled by leading telecom technology company, Panamax Inc. The move will serve to enhance Panamax’s wholesale carrier platform, iMax. The new routing feature boasts high-volume inbound call-handling capacity, and the ability to manage up to 10,000 SIP sessions and 100 concurrent calls at any given time. It will also require relatively low capital and operating expenditures, enabling easier wholesale VoIP market entry for mid-sized carriers.
The latest in call routing enhancements will be used in conjunction with many of iMax’s existing features and applications including integrated prepaid billing, built-in firewalls for DoS attack prevention, multi-user architecture and role-based access, real-time credit balance management and traffic disconnect on low balance, and a user-friendly UI for ease of management and ongoing operations, to name just a few. The new feature will further bolster iMax’s ability to offer telecommunications providers (as well as Tier 2 & 3 carriers) worldwide a prepaid switching option that combines a Class-4 softswitch, network and policy management, intelligent routing and real-time billing capabilities into a powerful one-box platform.
According to Panamax CEO, Bankim Brahmbhatt, “iMax converges every aspect of wholesale VoIP management into a reliable, easy to use one-box switching solution, making it simple for wireless operators to not only enter, but also thrive in today’s wholesale VoIP market. Instead of time and cost-intensive network investments, today’s forward-thinking carriers and telcos leverage iMax’s wholesale Class-4 softswitch for quick deployment of their VoIP business and faster time-to-market without the need to purchase additional IT infrastructure.”
For more information about Panamax and its iMax platform, visit www.panamaxil.com/class-4-switching-solution.