Vancouver-based Lypp announced today the availability of its first API and wholesale VoIP termination service, whic...
October 2, 2007
Vancouver-based Lypp announced today the availability of its first API and wholesale VoIP termination service, which it says decreases time to market for developers when integrating VoIP into any application.
“We have built a REST-based VoIP API that will fast track VoIP integration for any developer that understands XML,” said Lypp CEO Erik Lagerway. “Until now, the only way developers could integrate scalable and reliable telephony was through acquisition of expensive equipment and infrastructure.”
The company says it has removed those barriers by building an API and “allowing our customers to leverage our access to the North American PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) including but not limited to Telus,
Rogers, Bell, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, SBC and BellSouth, through interconnect providers.”
Further information is available at www.lypp.com