VoX Deploys South Africa Local Numbers For Mobile Wallet Initiatives
Pervasip Corp.s wholly-owned subsidiary, VoxCommunications, a cloud-based voice and video communications solutions, apps and services provider, has initiated a roll out of South Africa virtual numbers as the first phase of its 60-country global access platform.
VoX's Chief Information Officer, Mark Richards, noted, "We currently have local telephone numbers for South Africa, Mexico and Britain. The telephone numbers from these three countries are working perfectly, with a high voice quality and reliability and we are especially pleased with this achievement because we did not need to deploy any hardware in a foreign country. Through our cloud-based mobile data platform and industry partners, we plan to leverage our technology and the cloud to rapidly expand our presence in 60 countries.
In conjunction with the delivery of South African telephone numbers, VoX is moving forward in South Africa with mobile wallet initiatives. Mobile wallet companies have approached VoX because they are seeking ways to increase their revenue per subscriber and VoX plans to package its mobile VoIP app so that mobile wallet companies in places such as South Africa are able to sell the VoX mobile VoIP service, complete with a South African telephone number.
We look forward to the predictability of now deploying successful projects for these numbers and seeking other global partners that can launch products in the local markets within the 60 countries that we can now support, continued Richards. We currently have 200 millisecond round trips from Johannesburg to our data center, and can step out of the media on calls within South Africa, where peer to peer media is very important for reliable high quality voice.