Telecommunications Services by BBH Connectivity

  • Telecommunications
  • FCC Regulated Services
  • Internet Services
  • Transport Services
  • VoIP Services

Does the FCC Regulate VoIP?

YES! In June 2005 the FCC imposed 911 obligations on providers of interconnected VoIP services VoIP services that allow users generally to make calls to and receive calls from the regular telephone network. You should know, however, that 911 calls using VoIP are handled differently than 911 calls using your regular telephone service. Please see our consumer fact sheet on VoIP and 911 services for complete information on these differences.

In addition, the FCC requires interconnected VoIP providers to comply with the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (CALEA) and to contribute to the Universal Service Fund, which supports communications services in high-cost areas and for income-eligible telephone subscribers.


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Increasing Resiliency

  • Additional Level of Failover Capability with Multiple Media Gateway/ SBCs, Multiple
  • Access Links and/or Multiple ISPs
  • Manhattan client with offices in NYC, NJ, CT

Multiple Ways to Increase Service Availability Without Moving to Fully Dedicated Access

  • Configure Redundant SIP Trunk
    • Provides geographic redundancy across signaling/data centers
    • Maybe ineffective if calls are offered over degraded path
  • Local Hardware Redundancy (SBC, Routers, etc)
    • Augments use of redundant SIP Trunk
  • Multiple Internet/ISP connections
    • Two (or more) separate physical connections to different ISPs
    • Augments use of redundant SIP Trunk
  • Can also Increase availability for specific DID/Toll-Free numbers in addition to the trunks and physical connections
    • Call forwarding and conditional failover options