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October 08, 2015 — HERNDON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As part of its comprehensive portfolio of voice-related services, XO Communications (XO) leads the top tier of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking providers with the largest installed base of SIP connectivity trunks, according to the 2015 IHS Infonetics SIP Trunking North American Service Provider Scorecard. The scorecard is published by industry analyst firm Infonetics Research, now IHS (NYSE: IHS).

XO SIP trunking solves classic business challenges by combining voice, data and Internet access over a single IP connection and integrating innovative unified communications and business continuity capabilities through its network.

“Businesses today need to simplify operations, reduce costs and increase productivity,” said Jake Heinz, senior vice president of marketing and product at XO Communications. “With XO SIP, businesses can capitalize on a wide variety of unified communications applications that cost-effectively boost worker productivity. We are experiencing brisk demand for our SIP trunks that enable businesses to reduce costs, simplify management and leverage productivity while maximizing the value of IT and network investments.”

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IHS Research Director Diane Myers wrote the seventh annual IHS Infonetics SIP Trunking North American Service Provider Scorecard, which was published August 7, 2015. Excerpts are available at: http://www.infonetics.com/pr/2015/SIP-Trunking-Service-Provider-Scorecard.asp.

XO serves more than 2,900 cities and 80 percent of the major metropolitan markets across the United States with VoIP and SIP trunking services.

“The IP voice business has been a shining star for XO, as the provider has done an excellent job of upgrading its installed base of customers to SIP, in addition to effectively marketing its service to new businesses of all sizes,” said Myers.

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