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Company Overview of Allstream Corp.
Allstream Corp. offers telecommunications and information technology services. It also provides data networks, managed network services, hosting services, Internet access, and voice services, desktop, and mobile devices. The company was formerly known as AT&T Canada Corp. and changed the name to Allstream Corp. in June, 2003. Allstream Corp. was founded in 1846 and is based in Toronto, Canada. As of June 1, 1999, Allstream Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Allstream Inc.
200 Wellington Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 3G2
Founded in 1846
Key Executives for Allstream Corp.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Allstream Corp. Key Developments
Allstream Corp. Presents at 10th Anniversary Telecommunications Forum, Oct-28-2013 03:45 PM
Sep 19 13
Allstream Corp. Presents at 10th Anniversary Telecommunications Forum, Oct-28-2013 03:45 PM. Venue: Ottawa Convention Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Speakers: Teresa Griffin-Muir, VP of Regulatory Affairs.
Allstream Establishes a New Point-Of-Presence in Chicago
Jul 23 13
Allstream announced that it has established a new point-of-presence (POP) in Chicago that will provide access to more than 40 of the leading domestic and international carriers and physical connection points to the world's telecommunications networks and Internet backbones. This POP location is part of Allstream's continued investment in its 30,000-kilometre IP fibre-optic network and will complement its existing U.S. connection points in Seattle, New York City, Buffalo and another Chicago location (Printer's Square). The new facility, located on Cermak Street in the South Loop of the Chicago Central Business District, is in addition to Allstream's existing POP in Printer's Square. The Cermak location enables the company to offer the same high grade, redundant Switched Ethernet and Wavelength services out of two Chicago locations. By teaming up with Telx, Allstream was able to get the Cermak location up and running quickly and efficiently. In addition to greater access to the strategic, high-demand North American market, the Cermak POP provides Allstream with connections in key locations near cable landing, fibre paths, exchanges and media hubs that will give its customers even greater network access and security.
Allstream Announces Expansion of SIP Trunking Service
May 3 13
Allstream, announced an expansion of its Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking service that will enable it to reach an additional 10,000 mid-size and large enterprises across Canada. Allstream SIP Trunking leverages the advances in IP and Internet technologies to offer a better way to deploy voice and data communications. The service allows businesses to converge their outbound and inbound voice traffic onto the same connection that transfers data between their offices or to customers and suppliers' sites. Using a Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) data network or the Internet to deliver voice services, Allstream SIP Trunking supports a rich set of telephony features. SIP Trunking can also enable other enhanced collaboration and communication through Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) including integrated voice, video, presence and mobility applications. Now more Canadian businesses can take advantage of the benefits provided by SIP Trunking including: Cost savings - reducing monthly telecom costs without compromising calling features or quality; Reduced operating expenses - eliminating the need to manage and maintain separate voice and data networks; Improved productivity - increased efficiencies in network management through simplified and converged network operations; Greater flexibility - businesses can increase or decrease SIP Trunking bandwidth as required to meet the specific and changing needs of their business; Increased geographical scope with local numbers - organizations can have a national presence without a physical office space, so that customers and suppliers can call a local number and be connected to an office that may be in another city, at no cost to the caller.
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