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Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier – Best Voice Quality in International Interconnections
With our extensive network, we deliver high-quality, international voice termination at the most competitive prices. In addition, to safeguard your revenue and reputation, we offer advanced protection against voice fraud. With our Next Generation Voice International (NGVi) platform and our future-proof, all-IP infrastructure, your business is prepared for whatever the future will bring.
Against all odds in this highly competitive marketplace, we continue to grow. We have increased our business footprint and reduced our costs by more than 30 % through efficiency measures. Work together with us and let us help you also reverse industry trends.
Currently, Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier is the largest German voice trader with more than 26 billion voice minutes per year. We offer a variety of voice solutions, including Hubbing, ITFS/DID, Dynamic Voice Exchange, Fraud Protection and new features such as HD Voice. Around 400 voice customers already trust in Deutsche Telekom’s international voice services.
With our bigdata based end-to-end quality and real-time monitoring, we focus on key parameters like Answer Seizure Rate (ASR), Network Efficiency Rate (NER), Average Length of Call (ALOC) and Mean Opinion Score (MOS). In our 24/7 active Network Operation Center we proactively interact with our interconnection partners with customer-oriented service management.
Due to close cooperation between commercial and the technical teams, Deutsche Telekom is able to quickly deliver customer-focused solutions with “Quality Made in Germany”. We also continually explores new areas. One example is our European Aviation Network (EAN), which delivers high-quality broadband connectivity in the skies above Europe.
Continual enhancement of production and operational systems lead to best-in-class service with optimized costs. First steps have already been taken for future-proof processes, with migration into a datacenter infrastructure.