Teliphone Corp. operates as a telecommunications company. The company provides broadband telephone services utilizing its Voice over Internet Protocol, (VoIP) technology platform, as well as re-selling traditional voice and data services of tier-1 telecommunications providers to its customers. The company’s main geographic focus is within the target market of Canada. Products and Services The company’s technology consists of proprietary software programming and specific hardware configurations. The company offers the following products and services to customers utilizing its VoIP technology platform: Residential voice, data and television service: Customers purchase various equipment based on the services they require to be delivered. The offering of services occurs over a combination of telecommunications platforms. The data connection provided is rented by the company from a Tier-1 provider who has network access in the geographical area of the customer. The company then offers Voice and Television services utilizing its technology over this data connection. The customer sees one invoice for all communications services delivered to their location, and see one provider for these services. Business voice and data services: Similar to the residential product and service offering, business customers purchase larger volume and more commercial grade equipment that when coupled with its multiple services offering. Colocation Services: Colocation provides business clients with a climate-controlled environment with direct network access to house mission-critical servers or interconnect to carrier access points. Carrier Services: Carrier services consist of a suite of products which support domestic and international voice traffic. This includes provision of local and international phone numbers (DIDs), toll-free origination, North American termination, international termination, pre-paid and post-paid calling cards, and rebilling solutions for voice resellers. Commodity Exchange: With the acquisition of the New York Telecom Exchange (NYTEX), the company offers Web based commodity exchange for international traffic termination. Buyers and sellers can trade international termination minutes online anonymously. NYTEX acts as a financial and technical clearinghouse. Sales and Distribution Internet Sales: The company distributes its products through the sale of hardware on its Website, www.teliphone.ca. The customer purchases the necessary hardware from its on-line catalogue. Wholesale Sales: The company distributes its products and services through wholesalers. Regulations The company has reviewed all laws and regulations in its principal markets and is compliant with its requirements as a telecommunications service provider with both the Canadian Radio-Television Commission (CRTC) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Significant Events In February 2013, the company acquired 100% of the outstanding stock of Titan Communications Inc. and Cloud-Phone Inc. Competition The company’s main competitors in the residential market come from local competitors such as Bell Canada, Rogers and Videotron. Computer-to-Computer based calling services such as ‘Skype’ and ‘Magic Jack’ are also competitors to the company. History Teliphone Corp. was founded in 2004.
teliphone corp (TLPH:OTC US)
1210-200 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6C 1S4
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