UcallWeconn is not only a provider for voice and telephony services, we have our old roots at traditional telecom, so, we deliver good designed networks to our clients. Our networks are completely different from most of our competitors, because they are:
cheaper, that our competitors have;
they really do the thing, which they were designed for — they work!
You could say, that UcallWeconn cannot build better and more cost-effective networks, than well-known operators, you could say, that cannot serve our clients with better service. Our straightforward answer to this: yes, we can and we do!
First of all we continuosly go with one supplier of all our equipment and it is Cisco. If you ever look at the networks of big carriers, you will find there a mess of different non-compatible with other equipment.
Our second sharp point is that we are not carrier, we are service provider. It means, that carriers don't see us as a competitor, they se us as a client, or representative of the client. It gives us a benefit. In those cases, where tradional carrier cannot order an infrastrucutre because of denial of the infrastrucutre owner or high price, we feel well.
Our network is redundant and it is redundant on operator level, where everything is different starting from circuit routing up to POP locations. No carrier can afford themselves to have a redundant circuit with big capacity through another operator, they are willing to setup it on their own infrastructure and sometimes in far away regions of Europe they fail.
We have wide geographical presence. We are present even in those countries, where there no or little amount of big european carriers including such countries like Ukraine, Russia, Kazakstan. We know the local culture, domestic carriers, in Russia we are licensed telecom operator.
Among other countries we encounter below our well-developed POPs:
We will separately describe our network, but in 2 words we can tell you that it is everywehre landlines, MPLS enabled circuits with maximum speed between POPs up to 10Gbps. Our main POPs are connected with redundancy e.g. minimum one primary and one secondary links which have no single point of failure.