[VoiceOps] International SIP Terminations

Alex Balashov abalashov at evaristesys.com
Mon Nov 9 12:12:34 EST 2009

I was under the impressing that the charter sanctioned the discussion  
of vendors in an operational context but not arising purely from  
solicitation or the undifferentiated goal of transacting commerce.

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On Nov 9, 2009, at 11:56 AM, Lee Riemer <lriemer at bestline.net> wrote:

> Alex , for my own clarification, please rebut my questions:
> "The VOIP Operators' Group (VOG) charter is to facilitate the  
> creation, maintenance, and operations of Voice over Internet  
> Protocol (VOIP) related networks, products, and services."
> How does asking for SIP service not fit the "facilitate the  
> creation" clause?
> "Similar to the North American Network Operators' Group (NANOG), The  
> Voice Operators' Group seeks to assist in the creation of a robust,  
> stable and growing VOIP ecosystem. "
> People ask about peering and co-los on the NANOG list all the time.   
> If someone were to say: "I'm looking to provide some ultra-cheap  
> internet access.  Does anyone have a contact for a 'lower tier'  
> provider?"  I'm sure the answer would be close to "Cogent".  Also,  
> asking for SIP service seems to mesh with "growing VOIP ecosystem."
> Is there another way to ask the question that would fit?
> Thanks,
> Lee Riemer
> Alex Balashov wrote:
>> Shripal Daphtary wrote:
>>> I’m looking to provide some ultra cheap international calling to 
>>>  Africa and Latin America.  Does anyone have a contact for a “lo 
>>> wer tier” international Sip term provider?
>> This question is not within the purview of this list.

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