NWP Services Corporation Implements New Global IP and Voice Network Technology to Better Serve Multifamily

NWP Services Corporation has completed implementation of a new telephony system from AT&T utilizing MPLS technology.

Irvine, Calif.—NWP Services Corporation has completed implementation of a new telephony system from AT&T utilizing MPLS technology.

“With the completion of NWP’s national AVPN implementation, NWP is positioned to deliver unparalleled service to our customers through the convergence of our telephony and networking infrastructure,” Jim Charles, senior vice president of product management and engineering, NWP Services Corporation, tells MHN. “This technology better ensures that our customers have convenient, reliable, and redundant access to the data and systems they need to make the critical business decisions necessary to support their organization’s objectives.”

AT&T’s voice services offer solutions supporting high-volume calling from multifamily property managers and are integrated with Exchange 2010 and NWP’s billing, payment and utility management solutions. The platform simplifies NWP’s ability to maintain its network and enables rapid deployment of services and mobile technologies consistently.

Charles explains that this technology is important because as NWP delivers more services, it needs to make sure all the systems are fully integrated.

“Perhaps the most important aspect of AVPN is CoS. Class-of-service functionality allows NWP to prioritize the importance of various forms of traffic over our network at any given time of day,” Charles says. “For example, at peak hours when voice may be the most important type of traffic for customer service, it can be prioritized at a higher level than, say, internal email. Similarly, video can be prioritized at a peak time for a specific video streaming or video conferencing application, ensuring optimal network performance.”

Ultimately, the new global IP and voice network technology will benefit for NWP’s clients in the multifamily industry.

“The decision to implement AVPN based technology has been a crucial step toward future proofing NWP and its customers for long-term success,” Charles says.