Multi-tenant softswitch is a very reliable option for tier 2 & tier 3 operators who wish to deal with large volumes of traffic by attracting small and new VoIP players. In the multi-tenant softswitch, tenants with different call capacities and cps are created in a virtualized environment with dedicated space. As a result, tier 2 & tier 3 operators can attract small VoIP businesses that need the softswitch technology by allotting each individual tenant which acts as an independent softswitch. So, depending upon the business requirements of SMBs, operators can allot suitable tenants to them.
One of the biggest advantages of multi-tenant softswitch is that it enables tier 2 & tier 3 operators to provide turnkey VoIP solutions for new VoIP players who want to get started with their own VoIP business. So, anyone including non-technical administrators can easily start their own VoIP business as the necessary hardware and software equipment would be provided by tier 2 & tier 3 operators who own the multi-tenant softswitch.
It is a win-win situation for operators and SMBs. If tier 2 & tier 3 operators can aggregate huge volumes of traffic from SMBs for termination on their PSTN networks, SMBs on the other hand will get off-the-shelf hardware and software technology needed to run their business from the operators. Thus, multi-tenant VoIP softswitch is designed to benefit more than a single VoIP player.
Key Benefits of Multi-tenant Softswitch
- Cost Savings – By leveraging multi-tenant softswitch, tier 2 & tier 3 operators can save big on infrastructure and administration costs.
- More Business – As hardware and software technology required to run a VoIP business is readily available from tier 2 & tier 3 operators via multi-tenant softswitch, an increasing number of new players would be interested to get started. This will result in more business for tier 2 & tier 3 operators.
- Scalable & Customizable – Operators can customize multi-tenant softswitch to exactly suit the business needs of SMBs. If required they can also scale it up for accommodating more VoIP traffic.
- High ROI – It is just a one-time investment for operators who can very soon expect high returns as they can easily target SMBs and new VoIP players.