Imagine that: Irish telco joins global unified comms federation

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Membership of Epsilon’s SIP Trunk Federation will enable Imagine to expand beyond its home market.

Irish telecoms and broadband player Imagine has joined the Epsilon SIP Trunk Federation, unleashing new global revenue possibilities for the company.

The SIP Trunk Federation is a group of service provider partners that collaborate to offer seamless end-to-end SIP trunking capabilities across the globe.

‘As we begin to extend our service reach, the federation will provide us with all the tools that we need to be successful while competing in the global SIP market’
– RONAN HIGGINS

The membership will provide Imagine with on-demand access to local and regional service providers around the world. This means that users can connect with end-to-end services on the move via a hosted application.

Imagine’s European expansion

Imagine offers fixed and 4G wireless broadband services to the business and residential markets in Ireland.

It also has begun an expansion into the European voice and data market via its Netherlands-based subsidiary Coolwave Communications.

“As we begin to extend our service reach, the federation will provide us with all the tools that we need to be successful while competing in the global SIP market,” said Ronan Higgins, commercial director of Coolwave Communications.

Epsilon is a global managed network service provider for telecoms and cloud players.

“The SIP trunking market is growing rapidly but, so far, there has been no way for local and regional service providers to connect and efficiently serve the global needs of their enterprise customers,” said Jerzy Szlosarek, CEO at Epsilon.

“Our federation bridges that gap and provides a neutral location for service providers of all sizes [with] the ability to interconnect and work together to grow their SIP trunking businesses.

“Imagine Group will be able to find partners with comparable services and rapidly roll out new international networks to create a global and unified SIP trunk service,” Szlosarek said.

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