Nextera is a “Next Era” IP (Internet Protocol) services company which has deployed a next generation network using the latest in “managed” IP (Internet Protocol) based technologies to converge voice, internet, data and multimedia (video) services onto a single network. Unlike traditional phone companies that have a separate voice and data circuit based networks for specific purposes, next generation networks are packet based multi-service converged networks that are much more efficient and flexible allowing rapid deployment of new services and features as needs change in today’s fast-paced business environment.

Nextera’s core network consists of a fiber and wireless based transport with carrier class routers utilizing MPLS (MultiProtocol Label Switching) and Internet Protocol to manage, control and prioritize services within the network. Voice services are provided via a next generation softswitch technology. Access to the public internet backbone is provided via multiple connections to Tier 1 providers configured in a fully redundant design. Services are delivered from the network backbone to the end customer via fiber, T-1 or over our 4G WiMax wireless network.

Nextera delivers a wide range of IP based services (including telephony) to businesses via its high-quality, managed IP network infrastructure. Nextera’s strategy gives its business customers the opportunity to retain their existing traditionally-managed service as well as an easy, manageable way to migrate from their traditional telephone systems to IP telephony in an environment that enables cost effective and differentiated network-delivered services.


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What is VoIP?

Simply put, VoIP is a way of using the same communications protocol to carry voice traffic as the internet does for data traffic.

When you place a call on a VoIP network, your voice is digitized and broken up into “voice packets” that move across the network in a way that’s similar to data packets.