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In addition, CloudTV is on Philips-brand NetTVs and is powering advanced user experiences for Net2TV, a virtual service provider.
com 800 Number comparison portal now includes a number of virtual service providers that offer vanity phone numbers for a onetime charge in addition to other standard features such as an auto attendant, call routing, and fax compatibility.
The high capacity of the Netcentrex platform enables service providers to increase profitability by reselling white label capacity to virtual service providers and/or through the deployment of additional consumer VoIP services.
EMAXX, as the telecom operator, will offer the new generation wireless telecom services to local WISP, ISPs, a range of virtual service providers, as well as directly to corporate, education, and government groups.
The Carphone Warehouse is also developing a Virtual Service Provider (VSP) capability.
New features developed at the code base include: * Search Widget - 3rd party websites can now easily add a Warrior Gateway search widget to their sites, allowing their visitors to search the Warrior Gateway * Facebook Login - Warrior Gateway users can log in via Facebook * Invite contacts - Users can now easily invite contacts from their email accounts in a safe and secure way * Virtual Service Provider Search - Warrior Gateway users can now identify service providers whose coverage is not defined by a geographic location For more information on the code bash, please visit the MarkLogic Community Website at http://developer.
It enables resellers, virtual service providers and retailers with limited expertise in networking and VoIP technology to deploy and provision telephony services fast, inexpensively and profitably," said David Michaud, CEO of Netcentrex Inc.
Second-tier firms in Australia are usually virtual service providers to the mass market which purchase services on a wholesale basis from network operators.