AT&T is expanding wholesale VoIP services by announcing the availability of a Gigabit Ethernet connectivity interface for AT&T Voice over IP Connect Service (AVOICS). Wholesale VoIP providers connect to AVOICS via AT&T’s Multiprotocol Label Switching-Private Network Transport (MPLS-PNT) service. AT&T claims the AVOICS connectivity interface enables customers to interconnect with the AT&T network more efficiently, more easily manage their networks and edge equipment and help reduce costs through the use of less expensive interface hardware.
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