|Unlimited Calling||Unlimited video calling with QoS.VC for a fixed fee per month.|
|Global Reach||Global reach means global reach. Call from US to Hong Kong, or from Paris to Sydney.|
|Great Quality*||QoS.VC provides better quality than Internet.|
|SLA||QoS.VC is a 24/7 operational network platform used by the largest and fastest growing video service providers in the world engineered to avoid any downtime. QoS.VC is provided with a industry leading Service Level Agreement (SLA).|
|Visibility in the end to end network path||QoS.VC has a unique visibility beyond the high-capacity network between QoS.VC nodes. Visibility provides insight for QoS.VC adjust the Internet routing from your location to the closest QoS.VC node.|
|Support**||Network support specialized for video conferencing service providers. QoS.VC has both automated and manual procedures to ensure that your routing to the closest QoS.VC node is optimized. You can at any point contact the QoS.VC Support Team with any network related issues when video calling out on Internet.|
|*Note: A minimum of local available Internet bandwidth ("Last Mile") for the QoS.VC user is required to ensure QoS.VC Quality. QoS.VC does not fix issues that may already be on Last Mile to an office, hotel or home.
**Note: QoS.VC Support Team does not troubleshoot video conferencing systems, firewall issues, or issues related to Last Mile.
|Global Presence||QoS.VC has 11 strategically located nodes or Points of Presence (PoPs) in network neutral data centers around the world:
- North America: Ashburn, Atlanta, Los Angeles and San Jose.
- Europe: Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London and Oslo
- APAC: Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney.
|Global network||QoS.VC has globally and regionally redundant, high-capacity dedicated network between all its PoPs.|
|Internet Connectivity||QoS.VC PoPs are highly integrated with local and regional Internet through (1) direct peering with most local and regional ISPs and (2) multiple high-quality transit providers per PoP.|
|Routing Algorithms||QoS.VC has advanced routing algorithms to ensure that a call between A and B connects as quality effective as possible.|
|Qos.VC Relay Options|
|QoS.VC Redirect Address||QoS.VC Redirect Address is the most basic but yet effective of the QoS.VC relay alternatives. QoS.VC subscribers get a QoS.VC redirect address that ensures that media goes through QoS.VC nodes. The relay method requires a certain alteration of the video address being called.|
|QoS.VC TURN||QoS.VC TURN is probably the most scalable way to deploy high quality video conferencing. QoS.VC has clusters of TURN servers in every PoP and by adding QoS.VC Settings and TURN credentials to a video conferencing endpoint or client, SIP and WebRTC traffic will be relayed through the closest QoS.VC PoP. QoS.VC TURN is natively supported in Cisco endpoints with firmware TC 6.3+. SIP and WebRTC developers can see the Developer section on how to add QoS.VC TURN support to a SIP/WebRTC client.|
|QoS.VC Virtual Machine with Customer Relay||QoS.VC offers high-performance Virtual Machines (VM) with dedicated cores for customers wanting to run their own MCU, VCS or other proxies on the QoS.VC global network platform. Video calls going through the proxy or to the MCU will all get QoS.VC quality.|
|QoS.VC Colocation of Customer Infrastructure||Customers can colocate their infrastructure (MCU, VCS, Proxy Server, etc.) in any of the QoS.VC PoPs and provide all user of the infrastructure with QoS.VC quality|
|QoS.VC Cross Connect to Customer Network/Infrastructure||An alternative to colocation is a cross-connect between customer's existing network/infrastructure/data center and the closest QoS.VC PoP.|