To develop services that enable the interconnection of VoIP devices.
Adoption of VoIP in business is held back by the lack of interoperability between devices and services. Standards and transport technologies differ. Available features differ. Standards evolve and are interpreted differently by different manufacturers. Competing VoIP services have differing features. The complexity involved in allowing staff access to an phone system from a cafe over wifi using a VoIP client on a mobile phone is often too much for the business to bear. Connecting to another branch office, a customer, or a supplier over VoIP where the far end equipment is provided by a different vendor, or at a different software version often fails to work.
The aim of the project is to  provide a bridge between standards and transports (UDP, TCP, TLS, WebRTC, etc). Our service will allow a secure connection from a mobile SIP client to our service even when the customer phone system cannot support the encryption protocol, reducing risk of eavesdropping and tampering. Our service will allow a Microsoft LYNC customer to connect and talk to an extension on a Cisco SIP Call Manager. We will act as a bridging proxy between diverse endpoints.
Our business model aims to provide secure connection proxying capability as an entry-level service offering to potential customers.