Colt Expands Footprint of SIP Trunking and Number Hosting Service

The service alleviates regulatory problems and technical obstacles encountered when entering new markets.

Colt Technology Services, a provider of on-demand network and communications services, has expanded its SIP trunking and Number Hosting solution to three new countries – Italy, Sweden and Ireland – making it significantly easier for service providers to enter new markets. The company is also planning to expand into Denmark, Portugal and Switzerland during the first quarter of 2017.

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Easy-to-use framework

Building a unified communications solution in a new country is often hampered by regulatory problems, technical obstacles and processes. Colt’s SIP trunking and Number Hosting seeks to alleviate these problems by providing an easy to use framework allowing businesses to build, integrate and sell their own VoIP solution under their own brand, whilst utilising Colt’s technical, process and regulatory expertise.

The service is supplied via a single B2B interface with fully automated number management transactions including number reservations, activations and porting, either via a web portal for quick market entry, or via an API, enabling flexible integration into back-end systems in a zero touch end-to-end solution.

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The solution is especially suited to US players with UC solutions already available who are looking to enter the European marketplace.

Expanding Global Footprint

The new three countries join the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands, who are all currently serviced by Colt Number Hosting. 

With extensive regulatory and process experience in the European telecoms market, Colt is well positioned to help new players enter the market and existing players expand their operations both quickly and painlessly.

Organisations who operate their own VoIP platform and plan to expand into Europe are now able to flexibly build, integrate and sell solutions under their own brand and reduce start-up costs, while reaching their new target markets faster than ever before.

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