Super Technologies, Inc. history began Dec. 28, 1999 when it incorporated in Delaware, USA with co-founders Rehan Ahmed and Suzanne Bowen. The initial service was phone service over dialup internet for customers in remote areas of the world where making a phone call to the United States, for example, was much as five dollars per minute. In 2000, the CTO and President Rehan Ahmed invented the "virtual phone line" (trademarked) which empowered voIP customers to be have a phone number ring to an IP phone or IP phone adapter. The following year, Spring Internet World in Los Angeles, Ca. awarded Virtual Phone Line with the Best of Show Client Device award. Also in 2001, Super Technologies, Inc. rolled out SuperphoneUnlimited to meet worldwide consumers and businesses demand for telephony services over broadband, more sophisticated features, and local phone numbers from every nation. By mid-2005, Super Technologies, Inc. had completed interconnect agreements and interop testing with 100 service providers for incoming phone numbers from 10 nations. The company's CTO Rehan Ahmed invented DIDXchange (patent pending) and all 100 providers joined to buy and/or sell direct inward dialing phone numbers over SIP (Session Initial Protocol )or IAX2 (Asterisk) protocols. By April 2008, 9000 wired and wireless service providers and anything over Internet Protocol entrepreneurs and web 2.0 companies began participating in DIDXchange.
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