Increasing on-net local footprint to over 9,400 rate centers
CHICAGO — Inteliquent, a leading provider of communications services, announced today it has significantly increased its on-net local voice footprint to over 9,400 rate centers. With this increase, service provider customers can now reach over 90% of U.S. households with an on-net connection, which results in a better local number porting (LNP) experience, greater control of services, and higher quality calls.
“We pride ourselves on empowering our customers to expand their local service reach quickly and cost-effectively, so they can better serve their end-user subscribers,” said Surendra Saboo, Inteliquent’s President. “Providing the highest quality voice service has always been at the core of what Inteliquent has set out to do, and by adding over 1,000 on-net rate centers in the last 12 months, it shows our continuous dedication to this mission.”
Inteliquent has robust and redundant direct network connections to virtually all of the nation’s local exchange carriers (LECs), wireless and cable providers. This allows it to provide the most reliable outbound and inbound voice service with superior quality for unified communications voice, over-the-top voice, conferencing, contact center, call analytics and any other voice application. Benefiting from Inteliquent’s national network, geo-redundant IP connections, powerful API, industry-leading portal, and newly deployed robocalling mitigation services, Inteliquent customers have simplified their acquisition and management of phone numbers, voice and messaging services.
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.