[VoiceOps] Multi Tenant Commercial Softswitch Besides Broadsoft
peter at 4isps.com
Thu Jul 31 23:28:01 EDT 2014
When they acquired HIPCOM in the UK, they gained a white-label service.
I am assuming it is available in the US. Their BroadCloud offering is
all white-label. You could get UC-One and other components
white-labeled from BSFT (see
On 7/31/2014 10:59 PM, Colton Conor wrote:
> Are you saying that Broadsoft now offers hosted white labeled to
> service providers without the requirements of hardware or purchase?
> On Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 9:16 PM, Peter Rad. <peter at 4isps.com
> <mailto:peter at 4isps.com>> wrote:
> On 7/31/2014 8:57 PM, Colton Conor wrote:
> No, we don't have our own Broadsoft platform we have a white
> label solution from a wholesaler. With that being said the
> wholesaler hasn't implemented UC-One, SMS through MessageNow,
> Mobilelink with Callthrough, or Sprint WMI integration. So
> they only sticky Broadsoft features that our clients use and
> would notice are gone if we moved away from Broadsoft are
> really the toolbar and Broadworks Anywhere. Everything else I
> think all the other platforms do.
> We have looked at buying our own Broadsoft, but it just cost
> too much and is too complex. It amazes me how you can spend so
> much on a Broadsoft server, and then you must get an Acme
> Packet, external pop3 server, and and a whole slew of other
> software and hardware not from Broadsoft just to have a
> complete Broadsoft solution. A hosted, service provider
> oriented white label solution works well for our business plan.
> Does any of the other carriers besides Sprint have a solution
> similar to WMI? The WMI solution is neat, but Sprint is dead
> last in carrier rankings.
> Sprint is the only one that integrates with a softswitch to turn
> mobile handsets into extensions.
> Everyone thinks that it is easy to spin up a softswitch and start
> offering Hosted UC. There are so freaking many components that
> have to be stitched together.
> You can stitch together a BSFT replacement but the question will
> be: does it scale and is it stable? That question all depends on
> quantity, volume, usage, etc.
> That said, you should survey your current customer base to see
> what they need. It might not be unified messaging (chat, SMS, etc.
> in one interface). It might be software integration. It might be
> that most of your customers just want key system emulation.
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