NexOSS V5.0.8 - Direct peering

This release features routing for Direct Peering as a complement to Dynamic Least Cost and Quality of Service routing. Direct Peering is designed for a federation of VoIP networks that want end to end IP transport between their subscribers.

The primary benefit of direct peering is improved quality of service and enhanced services such as High Definition (HD) voice and video. Direct peering also improves the quality of Plain Old Telephone Server (POTS) by reducing post dial delay (PDD). PDD in wholesale VoIP networks is often higher than two seconds because of the delay of transiting multiple networks plus the conversion to Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN).

With direct peering, average PDD commonly falls to 250 milliseconds.