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Arbinet Enhances Wholesale Carrier Service Interface


Arbinet (News – Alert), a wholesale telecommunications service provider that offers three ways for carriers and service providers to originate and terminate international voice traffic, has introduced new tools into its network that the company claims significantly enhance its ability to support customers and suppliers in a traditional wholesale fashion.

According to Arbinet officials, the company’s voice termination and origination options also include private exchange, an easy, low-risk outsourcing approach and thexchange, the industry’s exchange marketplace for buying and selling voice communications.

Arbinet Carriers Services has no fees and features a single invoice.

Within the new system, new tools include a code analysis tool that enables Arbinet to use supplier codes in its wholesale routing plans, a routing table development tool that utilizes sophisticated blending algorithms to enable Arbinet to generate routing tables based on specific quality and pricing requirements and an integrated quoting system that enables Arbinet to easily quote rates and buy supply from carrier service customers and suppliers.

"Arbinet is an important partner for our wholesale voice business," Jochen Mogalle, vice president wholesale at Telefónica O2 Germany, said.

Mogalle said that with Arbinet’s technology, knowledge of the European Telecom market and its ability to terminate traffic to global carriers, Arbinet has helped Telefónica to realize efficiencies in routing portions of the international voice traffic.

He said that Arbinet also played a role in Telefónica success in increasing voice quality, stability and consistency in its service for its retail customers.

"Arbinet is well-known for its highly automated exchange marketplace that manages voice traffic flows between buyers and sellers," Dan Powdermaker, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Arbinet, said.

Powdermaker said that the company launched carrier services earlier this year to support those suppliers and customers that seek a traditional wholesale way of working.

“We offer standard contracts, no fees, multiple routing tables and rate lock. Carrier Services suppliers can reach members of Arbinet’s thexchange and thexchange suppliers can qualify for inclusion in Carrier Services tables,” Powdermaker said.

Powdermaker said that the new carrier services tools that the company has developed and deployed will help to more and better serve the customer and supplier base.

Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
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