Monday, September 7, 2009

Symbio Networks’ Asian expansion


>>Symbio Networks’ Asian expansion

Australian managed VOIP services and network provider, Symbio Networks, has expanded into the Asian region with regulatory approval for the deployment of its Point of Presence (POP) service into Singapore, offering live services from next month.

Symbio wholesale manager, Alastair Slattery said today that, after months of planning and market analysis, the company had obtained a services-based operator license from the Singaporean regulatory body, the IDA, to allow it to expand its network and to provide direct termination services into key destinations throughout South-East Asia for carriers and service providers via SIP or H323 VoIP-interconnect.

Symbio says its Singapore POP will be deployed at the Equinix Singapore Internet Business Exchange, and will initially provide direct terminating routes into Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, in addition to the current directs within Australia and New Zealand.

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