Largest Voice Network Undergoes Expansion of Local Footprint
September 22, 2017
On-Net Reach Increases to Seamlessly Support Customers
CHICAGO — Inteliquent, a leading provider of communications services, announced today a substantial expansion of its local voice footprint by increasing the number of on-net rate centers, which makes up the industry’s largest voice network in both network reach and scale. With this increase, service provider customers no longer need to patch together multiple carrier networks to support their end-user customers while gaining seamless access to all of the enhanced service features they need to manage their diverse needs.
“Through Inteliquent’s network integration efforts, we now offer over 12,000 rate centers covering over 90% of U.S. households via Inteliquent’s local voice footprint with over 8,200 of those rate centers supported on-net”, said Inteliquent President Surendra Saboo. “With a single network connection, customers can more easily expand their local service reach while relying on Inteliquent’s high quality and reliable network and industry’s leading customer support.”
Today, Inteliquent has over 30 million phone numbers in service and carries over 25 billion minutes of traffic a month with 95% of our calls originating on-net. All of our voice traffic is carried over our dedicated 100 GB backbone with connections in over 30 network points of presence (POPs) across the U.S. In addition to our expansive local voice footprint, customers have access to our easy-to-use portals and APIs, a rich feature set including porting, e911, CNAM and messaging services (SMS and MMS).
Inteliquent empowers communications for the top communication service providers, unified communications as a service providers and partners. The foundation of Inteliquent’s communications platform as a service (CPaaS) is its fully redundant, geo-diverse, carrier-grade tier 1 network. This network is trusted by the nation’s largest service providers, as it provides the most expansive footprint of local phone numbers in the United States and billions of minutes of traffic on the network annually.