Voice and data work better when they’re together.
Send the right message without legacy system costs and limitations
No need to have separate circuits when leveraging the advantages of Segra Converged VoIP. Segra Converged VoIP allows for the same circuit to deliver voice service along with internet and data traffic.
Segra deploys state-of-the-art technologies over its network and the customer premise to assure Quality of Service (QoS), and proper VLAN management to assure end-to-end voice quality.
- 24/7/365 Network Operations Center support
- Live support from Segra Customer Support Center
- Unlimited LATA-wide calling
- Configurable as analog, PRIs or trunks
- Quality of Service (QoS) for a superior experience
- Fewer resources and structured cabling required
- Legacy device support
- 3x3, 5x5 and 10x10 configurations available
Why Segra Converged VoIP?
Segra Converged VoIP delivers. Lower costs. Less complexity. Better performance. Greater bandwidth efficiency. Combined voice and data on a single circuit creates an easier, more effective way to manage your communication systems. Best of all? The system can adapt according to your needs without adding new hardware.
Segra offers the best-in-class converged voice solutions by utilizing an efficient converged service design.
Our Customer Solution Center (CSC) provides immediate customer assistance and resolution, network monitoring and management, is provided 24/7/365.
Hosted Voice with Webex
Hosted Voice with Webex offers a fully integrated collaboration experience, bringing together HD voice calling, with advanced messaging and meeting capabilities, within a secured environment for connecting and getting things done within one platform.
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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunks
Your desk phones can stay. As for the inconsistent PSTN lines and ISDN trunks you’ve relied on for years, it’s time to show them the door. There’s a better, more efficient and reliable way to make business-critical voice and video calls.