Are you using SippySoft (Sippy Softswitch)?

Meet MOR, the SippySoft alternative for VoIP providers that need a more user-friendly and easy-to-use Class 5 Softswitch to manage voice business more efficiently.


Sippy Softswitch vs. Kolmisoft


MOR SippySoft
MOR has an intuitive and user-friendly interface. No programming knowledge is needed to manage it. The platform is simple and easy to use, and you can learn the configuration basics very quickly. You have to be an XML programmer to create filters in reports, and it’s quite complicated to configure the LCR / routing.


Implementations: active/active vs. active/passive

MOR SippySoft
You can choose from a variety of MOR implementations. One of our recent clients migrated from SippySoft to MOR because MOR supports both active/passive and active/active implementation, whereas SippySoft didn’t support active/active in their default implementation. The default SippySoft softswitch redundant (HA) implementation is active/passive. If you want to implement active/active, you must buy Sippy’s FreightSwitch which is much more expensive.


Loss Calls

MOR SippySoft
MOR does not allow you to lose money, so if the User’s rates are lower than your Provider’s rate, the User will not be able to make calls, unless you enable Allow loss calls. SippySoft does not have this loss protection functionality, so if you made a mistake in your tariffs and enabled too low rates for your Users, you might lose money.



MOR SippySoft
Invoicing is done easily in MOR with a click of two buttons: “Generate Invoices” and “Send Invoices by Email.” You have to fetch data and send invoices manually.


Provider Billing

MOR SippySoft
Has a Provider Billing add-on that allows you to keep track on how much you owe for your providers. Can’t do billing for your providers.



MOR SippySoft
Transcoding is implemented in MOR by default in the basic license. MOR supports transcoding of these codecs: G.711 (a/u), G.723, G.729a, G.726, G.722, GSM, iLBC, Speex, OPUS. Does not support transcoding. SippySoft works in a pass-through mode, so codecs received from client are passed through the system to the vendor without transcoding.


Wondering where to start?

Here are some useful resources:


Ready to try MOR seriously?

Sign up for the Pilot project and you‘ll get:

  • Installation on your server or on Kolmisoft dedicated servers
  • Technical support and assistance with configurations
  • Fully functional MOR system with the complete feature set

Still have questions? Contact us and we’ll be glad to assist!