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We Operate Our Own Private Network Across Canada

BroadConnect's world-class fiber-optic network facilitates the delivery of highly reliable communication solutions across the country. Spanning over 20,000 km from coast to coast, the network is equipped with the latest digital switching technologies. This ensures that our customers have convenient access to Broad-Connect services, support and expertise.

Our state-of-the-art network relies upon professional engineering and superior technology to deliver you the benefits of excellent reliability and high quality. BroadConnect operates out of the premier telecommunications hub in Canada at 151 Front Street West, Toronto. For more details see www.151frontstreet.com

We are in metropolitan areas such as Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver to provide customers with proper access.


We Are Dedicated To Deploying The Latest Technology Today

At BroadConnect, we have an extensive PBX Interconnect background in addition to being a Telco/Internet Service Provider. Our intimate knowledge of end user needs at the desk level combined with an extensive telecommunications background and skill set enables us to deliver cost-effective customized solutions to customers.

The BroadConnect Network is Fully Equipped with Session Border Controllers (SBC) for Enhanced Voice Quality and Security.

SBC enhances performance by connecting and working between different networks andthe different protocols. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is an excellent use for SBC’s.

Any VoIP calls, videoconferencing, instant messaging or file sharing are well securedwith SBC’s which is why these devices are integrated into the BroadConnect Network.

Protocols Are Translated: Different audio codecs and protocols that are notcompletely supported on both sides of the session are utilized by different VoIP solutions. These protocols are then translated by the SBC to improve quality by eliminating any jitter form translation time delays.

SIP variants are dealt with: SIP is one protocol with many branches and different vendors will use it. The SBC translates these branches between devices. This is a process known as SIP normalization. SBC allows calls to get through keeping all features intact.

BroadConnect made the decision to incorporate SBC’s into our network in order to provide excellent communications quality delivered over a secure network.





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