Colt Expands SIP Trunking Services to Hong Kong And Singapore

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Colt Technology Services announced an expansion of its SIP Trunking offering to two new territories in Asia; Hong Kong and Singapore. Taking Colt’s global SIP trunking footprint to 23 countries globally.

Colt is bringing to Hong Kong and Singapore its 26-year track record of providing business Voice services to global enterprises. The service allows multinational organisations to work with one trusted provider, which not only removes the complexities of managing multiple suppliers but eliminates any added concerns around complying with regulatory requirements in each country. As part of this expansion, wholesale providers will be able to extend their reach in Asia by reselling Global SIP services under their own brand.

Recently the telecommunications industry has been transitioning from legacy ISDN services to the next generation of Voice over IP technology – SIP trunking. Having launched SIP trunking over a decade ago, Colt is a leader in this market, offering a feature-rich product that is thoroughly tested and certified by all main IP PBX vendors.

Extending its SIP trunking and Voice proposition further in Asia highlights how the region is playing an essential role in Colt’s ever-growing global footprint. In Asia, The Colt IQ Network connects to more than 95 data centres and 6,800 on net buildings, along with more than 850 data centres and over 27,500 enterprise buildings globally.

Rajiv Datta, COO, Colt
Colt strives to be the driving force behind organisations’ digital transformations, and this latest extension of our Voice offering is just a continuation of that goal. We know that businesses no longer operate inside country borders, so we ensure that our agile, and trusted services are available wherever our customers do business. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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