Quality and trust at the core of every communication
Ringover takes security seriously. Learn about the measures we’ve put in place to protect your data and ensure the quality of your communications.
Quality of Service
Ringover partners with global and local carriers to reduce latency and enhance voice quality for clear calls. With 250+ million minutes managed annually, your communications are in expert hands. Our commitment to quality of service is unwavering, and here’s why it matters:
We invest in a redundant IP infrastructure to eliminate single points of failure, ensuring consistent voice quality.
In today’s digital world, data security is paramount. At Ringover, we prioritize your security in every communication. Here’s how we safeguard your information:
Communication between browsers, client apps, and our servers is secured with advanced protocols and encryption mechanisms, ensuring confidentiality and integrity.
HTTPS / TLS 1.2-3
Our use of HTTPS and the latest TLS versions guarantees the encryption of all data in transit, maintaining confidentiality, integrity, and authentication.
DTLS-SRTP for Voice
For voice transmission, we employ DTLS-SRTP, offering end-to-end encryption while preserving call quality.
Hardware Security Modules (HSM) are used to encrypt sensitive data, ensuring robust protection and compliance.
Prioritizing Security in Communication Services
At Ringover, security isn’t an option; it’s built into everything we do. We combine standardized protocols with advanced technologies to protect your data and communications. Our mission is to provide you with a safe, reliable, and high-quality communication experience, allowing you to focus on what matters most to you, with complete peace of mind.
If you have questions or need more information about our network/platform performance and security, please don’t hesitate to contact us.Contact Us
Performance. In numbers.
Consistent voice quality guaranteed
Ringover’s dedication to providing crystal-clear calls
12Points of Presence
12 Ringover data centers across the globe (including 3 in the US), ensuring optimal coverage and minimized latency