Company continues to grow its Voice over Anything portfolio providing businesses cost effective, secure alternatives to legacy POTS networks.
For Immediate Release
September 21, 2020
NEPTUNE, NJ (September 21, 2020) –Spectrotel, Inc., a next generation aggregator providing integrated technology solutions for SMB and enterprise businesses, today announced the expansion of its Voice over Anything portfolio to include the nation's 4 largest cable providers, Altice, Comcast, Cox and Spectrum, POTS over Broadband service. "Spectrotel is committed to helping customers through their digital transformation by being the first solution provider to partner with the cable companies to offer such a needed alternative to POTS as copper decommissioning continues and analog prices keep rising," stated Ross Artale, President & COO. "Adding POTS over Broadband to our Voice over Anything portfolio now provides a reliable, cost effective option for customers looking to migrate off these legacy networks but still support special services, such as alarms, POS, elevator and fax."
Spectrotel's robust Voice over Anything portfolio provides SMB and enterprise customers flexibility, scalability and choice whether they are looking to move to a cloud communications platform, transform to a wireless network, or just simply retain their legacy phones with SIP based services. As businesses evolve and technology needs change Spectrotel is able to align and facilitate these services, design solutions that are scalable, reliable and specifically suited for each customer.
For over 24 years, Spectrotel has provided quality, affordable, personalized, and integrated communication services to SMB and enterprise customers. Spectrotel delivers the versatility of any service, any carrier, any speed, at any location. This provides a fully integrated and customizable enterprise solution that is flexible and scalable as technologies evolve and businesses expand. For more information, visit http://www.spectrotel.com/
Vice President, Marketing & Product