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  Reply # 397864 30-Oct-2010 21:20
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Zeon: 

By the looks of it conversant is hosted overseas which will suck for VOIP. Solarix looks good though. 


Sorry for the late update - just wanted to correct this - Conversant do have their VoIP servers here in New Zealand.

(Disclaimer:  The CEO of Conversant is an extended family member of mine)

 

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  Reply # 399091 2-Nov-2010 13:30
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Zeon: 

By the looks of it conversant is hosted overseas which will suck for VOIP. Solarix looks good though. 


All RTP traffic (which is what matters for audio quality) travels through New Zealand data centres. Our Asterisk servers and PSTN interconnect for all New Zealand numbers is in New Zealand. Our staff are all based in New Zealand and we are a New Zealand owned company. 

Disclaimer: I am the founder and managing director of Conversant.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 399095 2-Nov-2010 13:37
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Zeon: 

By the looks of it conversant is hosted overseas which will suck for VOIP. Solarix looks good though. 


All RTP traffic (which is what matters for audio quality) travels through New Zealand data centres. Our Asterisk servers and PSTN interconnect for all New Zealand numbers is in New Zealand. Our staff are all based in New Zealand and we are a New Zealand owned company. 

Disclaimer: I am the founder and managing director of Conversant.


I would recommend that you host your website in NZ also and it wouldn't lead to this confusion. If I was looking for myself for a provider and did a quick check like that I'd discount you immediately so could be costing you a few customers. 





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