Hosted VoIP provider Junction Networks adds HD voice support

Junction Networks has added HD voice support to all of its on-network and conference bridge calls, laying claim to being the first provide doing both.

The company’s OnSIP Virtual PBX is now defined as “Wideband-ready” and on-network HD voice calls will be free as are current vanilla VoIP calls.  OnSIP is supporting G.722 as the HD voice codec of choice and has successfully tested Polycom, Cisco, Linksys, Aastra and SNOM wideband phones.

Targeting businesses of 5 to 100 employees, Junction Networks says it has around 5,000 customers, but did not list numbers for the number of potential HD voice endpoints it may currently have deployed.

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