Cisco Webex Calling is a cloud service that offers enterprise-grade calling features delivered from the Cisco Webex cloud. This platform is part of the complete Webex collaboration suite that serves the calling, messaging, meeting, team collaboration and contact center workloads needed by the 100+ user market segment. Webex Calling is sold by Cisco VARs and provides a cloud alternative for customers who no longer want to own and maintain an on-premises phone system.
With Webex Calling, Cisco supports a “Bring Your Own Carrier” model, allowing customers to use any carrier of their choice for PSTN service by deploying a local gateway. Now, with Cloud Connected PSTN (CCP) option, customers may use an authorized CCP Provider for their PSTN access. With CCP, Cisco interconnects with authorized PSTN providers to enable Webex Calling customers to have economical and reliable PSTN in the cloud – without the need for any premises-based gateway.
Cisco’s Cloud Connected PSTN providers have designed a set of all-inclusive service packages to connect your Webex Calling users to the world with quality and security.
Initial CCP provider partners include IntelePeer, serving the US and Canada, and NTT Cloud Communications (formerly Arkadin), serving many countries in the EMEA and APAC regions and expanding to North America and additional countries soon.
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