in 1994, Nicer Canada Corp. ("Nicer")
has helped customers from around the world
to deploy a wide variety of high quality,
cost effective data and IP voice solutions.
Corp. is a Voice over Internet Protocol
(VoIP) Service Provider, offering voice
services and complimentary products designed
by Nicer's technology team for business
and home applications, which allow for the
placement and reception of phone calls over
a customer's broadband Internet connection.
Nicer also offers a full range of VoIP gateways
for various enterprise applications through
our channel partners and our international
distribution network, The products are fully
compatible with various IP PBX's and H.323
compliant PBX's, including circuit switched
Voice traffic essentially "rides for
free" on top of the data network, using
the data in-frastructure and hardware already
in place. Nicer designs its Voice over IP
solutions offer VoIP without cutting the
PSTN cord and provides:
quality and reliability, risk free migration
to complete VoIP application solutions;
Products that are easy to install, use,
and manage; Open architecture and International
/ US standards compliance;
the Nicer's GLPEX service, our subscribes
are able to make and receive calls as if
they were still at home. For example, the
subscribes could be in Europe, Asia, or
Africa, and business associates or family
back in Vancouver would be able to reach
them as if they were still at their local
"home" number: no long distance
charges would ever apply.
Nicer Canada Corp. is a publicly traded
company trading on the TSX Venture Exchange
under the symbol "NC".
Nicer's head office is located in Burnaby,
a short distance from Vancouver, British
Columbia. It is home to the accounting and
service department, a showroom area, training
facilities, sales and marketing departments.
To develop and design feature-rich, high
performance products and services related
to the IP telephone at low cost to our customers.
To lead the market in developing network
platforms for users in the transition form
the existing legacy circuit-switched network
s to an open architecture, Internet Protocol
(IP) packet switched network.
"Localizing long distance calls, where
every call is a local call"
Infonetics Research forecasts that worldwide
revenue for next-gen voice products will
reach 4.5 billion by 2006. According to
the Yankee Group, the market for session
border controllers will grow at a compound
annual growth rate of 124 percent between
2002 and 2007, becoming a $312 million market
in 2006 and reaching $624 million in 2007.
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