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February 07, 2013
Flowroute Relocates to Seattle
By Raju Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor
VoIP technology offers extremely low call rates to the users, but they often have to deal with unreliable phone service as VoIP is still an evolving technology and there are still wrinkles to be ironed out. But of late, VoIP service providers are partnering with tier-1 carries to make the service more reliable.
Flowroute is one such company which claims to provide reliable VoIP services. Recently, the company moved its business from Los Angeles to Seattle. The company has witnessed impressive growth in the last few years and it is now looking to explore opportunities in the Seattle area.
According to the company, it utilizes all the advantages Internet telephony has to offer and concentrates on providing clients with the best telephony services. With its services, the company makes sure that customers do not have to face usual problems they encounter with circuit-switched services.
Flowroute is privately held and holds interconnection agreements with major carriers all over the world. Apart from moving to Seattle, the company has also appointed a veteran executive as its chief legal counsel.
The company provides carrier-grade platforms, which can easily handle thousands of calls every second. The company guarantees that with its platform, the customers will have to face the lowest audio latency possible.
“Besides the obviously favorable business conditions created by local government, we were attracted to Seattle's tech-heavy ecosystem," said Flowroute CEO Bayan Towfiq. "It's the kind of environment that breeds the experience we're looking for as we grow our development and support teams. Beyond business reasons, we all really like Seattle," he added. "The lifestyle is easy. It's beautiful here. Hiking, biking and boarding, we're into it all. Having that balance is very important to us as an organization and as individuals.”
VoIP companies are doing brisk business in Seattle. Recently, another company from that area, Business Communication Services released its new web site.
Edited by Peter Bernstein
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