Ring Carrier LLC is a telephony technology company that makes “big company” phone services available to the small and medium sized business (SMB) market by providing highly scalable, hosted voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and virtual PBX phone system services.& Ring Carrier already offers advanced telephony solutions to business customers directly through their communications-as-a-service (CaaS) model.
Until recently, there was no cost-effective way to virtualize VoIP PBX phone system services so they can be hosted and delivered as a managed service in the increasingly prevalent CaaS market and emerging Internet-based, distributed computing models. Most of the SMB market today still relies on expensive land line telecommunication services with few features or functions and limited or cumbersome scalability. These legacy systems do not provide the integrated communications that are essential in today’s business environment. Ring Carrier’s offerings allow smaller companies to have all the& features and functions that larger companies enjoy with no upfront expenditures, no maintenance, and no long term contracts.
Ring Carrier was founded in 2007 and is currently headquartered in San Jose, California. Ring Carrier’s patent-pending technology is based on developing and integrating proprietary extensions on top of the leading edge Linux-based open source phone system software Asterisk.& Chief technologist Paul Mahler is a well-known VoIP expert and author of a definitive guide to Asterisk, which has become a standard for VoIP engineers worldwide. Ring Carrier’s platform and service products allow SMBs to have carrier-class quality of experience (QoE) telephony that:
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