August 3, 2018 -- Pure IP has launched the ONE SD-WAN voice communications solution that provides organizations with the security, reliability, and redundancy of a point-to-point or multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) connection without the costly infrastructure and significant time commitment required with a traditional, physical connection.
The Pure IP ONE delivers an efficient, cost-effective, and fully encrypted SD-WAN connection — via one pre-configured
device, one network, and one vendor. The solution is designed to be flexible and agile — deployable in as little as two weeks — and is able to seamlessly integrate with organizations' existing voice infrastructure.
The ONE is engineered to be a dependable, secure, and hassle-free experience utilizing Virtual Private Network (VPN) tunnels to geo-redundant Points of Presence (PoPs) with automatic re-routing in case of failover — requiring no action or intervention from the user.
The new solution is supported by Pure IP’s in-house, fully-staffed network operations centers that are strategically located in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australasia. A dedicated team of technical engineers proactively monitors and maintains the ONE SD-WAN solution 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and is directly and immediately available to assist with any questions.
Paired with Pure IP’s global coverage in 90 countries and full PSTN replacement in 32 countries, the ONE SD-WAN solution provides multinational corporations the ability to route multiple calls from local numbers to anywhere in the world — without the expense of international calls.
About Pure IP: Pure IP specializes in unified voice communications and SIP trunking solutions tailored to keep FTSE100 companies, Fortune 500 corporations, and enterprise organizations connected to their regional and international offices. Our engineers are experts in consolidating disparate sites, reducing complexity, and streamlining voice infrastructure. Pure IP is proud to offer international coverage in 90+ countries and local presence via full PSTN feature parity in 32 countries with a network supported by 11 worldwide geo-redundant Points of Presence (PoPs).