At XOP we take great pride in creating innovative solutions to real problems
XOP Networks, Inc., a developer of software based Value Added Service (VAS) platforms and Audio Conference Bridges announced availability of ‘No Truck Roll’ capability on its Digital Collaboration Bridge(DCB) and Universal Service Node(USN) Audio Conference Bridge products.
The XOP Networks’ DCB and USN conference bridges provide feature rich, robust and widely deployed XOP Audio Conference Application. Frequently these conference bridges are deployed by third party resellers/dealers at end customer sites. In case the end customer required a change (e.g. add capacity or add another application), it required a visit to the customer site. With the newly announced ‘No Truck Roll’ feature, a reseller/dealer can make any required changes remotely via the Internet.
The No Truck Roll feature allows the DCB and USN conference bridges to establish a data connection to the dealer’s network via unique Internet Call Back capability. The Internet call back can be triggered in multiple ways based on end customer’s security environment.
“The Small and Medium Business (SMB) market is extremely price sensitive. This ‘No Truck Roll’ feature will allow our dealers to maximize their profit margins on our products,” said Doug Jacobs, VP of Sales at XOP Networks.
“At XOP we take great pride in creating innovative solutions to real problems. This remote access in reverse capability is a prime example of that,” said Sudhir Gupta, XOP Networks’ CEO.
About XOP Networks
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, XOP Networks was founded in 2002 and is backed by a seasoned management team. Deployed at multiple Cellular Operators, Fortune 100 companies, CLEC/IOC customers, Government organizations, DOD networks (Air Force, Army and Navy) XOP Networks' products allow customers to boost employee productivity, increase business efficiency and enhance emergency communications. Having both TDM and VoIP interfaces, XOP products allow customers to seamlessly transition their value added services from legacy circuit switched networks to VoIP based packet switched networks.