[VoiceOps] Scalable VoIP Feature Server for Whitelabeling

Keith Leclaire kleclaire at mywdt.com
Tue Dec 28 08:54:55 EST 2010

We have been running the ENTICE Platform from Stratus Telecom for both our
SBC¹s and our feature servers for over two years now. It is pretty easily
scaled and offers all your common residential consumer calling features. As
Peter mentioned this is the same core platform that the entire
ymax/magicjack network is built on top off. The platform is actually built
with a focus on whitelabeling and structured/tiered resale depending on what
your needs are on the billing side of things. We use some of their billing
applications but mainly for their reporting capabilities.

If you want more information about it feel free to contact me off list.


Keith E. LeClaire Jr
Technical Operations Manager
WDT - World Discount Telecommunications
Office: (516) 960-0761
Email: kleclaire at mywdt.com

On 12/27/10 2:27 PM, "Steven Putnam" <clechouse at hotmail.com> wrote:

> If you were a CLEC and were interested in wholesaling managed VoIP services to
> the residential VoIP Provider market, what would you recommend for a Feature
> Server platform?  Would you buy versus build, and if you were to buy, what
> vendors are the best bang for the buck in this niche?  We are not looking for
> expensive enterprise-centric solutions from Broadsoft and Sonus, unless there
> are no more viable alternatives; for a commodity such as residential VoIP,
> cost is very much a concern, but it must also be massively scalable.
> Steve
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