[VoiceOps] FW: For Your Consideration

Lee Riemer lriemer at bestline.net
Tue Feb 2 19:19:14 EST 2010

Replying to the original request's thread would have avoided this as 
well.  To those with short memories and active inboxes, this had the 
looks of an unsolicited email.

On 2/2/2010 4:56 PM, Mark R Lindsey wrote:
> This is a reasonable response to the January 27 question from Jay 
> Hennigan. Jay specifically asked for recommended providers. Jack 
> Santeramo recommends Commwave.
> If somebody had replied, pretending not to be Commwave, and offered 
> Commwave as an example answer to Jay's question, then I doubt we'd 
> have this discussion.
> I'd rather just have a vendor explain the services they offer. All the 
> vendors are up for public ridicule^Wtroubleshooting anyway. It's best 
> when they represent themselves.
> On Feb 2, 2010, at 5:39 PM, Lee Riemer wrote:
>> Where's the moderator?
>> On 2/2/2010 4:21 PM, Jack Santeramo wrote:
>>> Comwave Telecom is Canada’s leading provider of wholesale VoIP 
>>> services.  We specialize in the provisioning of SIP trunking and DID 
>>> origination to the carrier and reseller markets throughout Canada, 
>>> the United States and Overseas.
>>> Comwave prides itself in delivering an enhanced support 
>>> infrastructure via dedicated teams for technical support, DID 
>>> provisioning and LNP fulfillment, in addition to E911 solutions, 
>>> full fax support, billing and our Carrier Self Service Portal.
>>> Comwave is a full service provider also offering international and 
>>> domestic long distance termination, toll free and an extensive white 
>>> label VoIP offering.
>>> For any questions please contact Jack Santeramo at 416.953.3050 or 
>>> visit www.comwave.net <http://www.comwave.net/>
>>> Regards,
>>> Jack Santeramo
>>> Comwave Telecom
>>> T 416.663.9700 X344
>>> C 416.953.3050
>>> F  416.736.3170
> On Jan 27, 2010, at 8:42 PM, Jay Hennigan wrote:
>> We're a VoIP provider in California with carrier arrangements for 
>> DIDs throughout much of the US. We have a few customers with offices 
>> in Canada and are beginning to get inquiries from others with 
>> cross-border US/Canadian presence. Has anyone gone down this path 
>> that can give some pointers?  Obviously we can put IADs with FXO (or 
>> even PRI) ports on-premise at each customer location tied to the 
>> local telco but this doesn't scale all that well. I'm looking for 
>> legal/regulatory info about such things as taxes, 9-1-1, getting 
>> listed in the local white pages, etc. as well as any technical 
>> obstacles and recommended providers.  Technically it appears to be 
>> pretty straightforward.  It's all part of the same NANP. -- Jay 
>> Hennigan - CCIE #7880 - Network Engineering - jay at impulse.net 
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