From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

October 22, 2012

Sangoma to Showcase Latest Products for Asterisk Platform at Atlanta Conference

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

At the AstriCon User Conference and Expo, to be held from October 23-25, 2012 at the Sheraton Atlanta, Sangoma stated that it will demonstrate its latest software and hardware products and use the demonstration to emphasize its commitment to Asterisk.

“Since the last AstriCon event, while other vendors have reduced board development efforts, Sangoma has released three new telephony boards designed for the Asterisk community, and we have no intention of slowing down,” said Nenad Corbic, vice president of software development at Sangoma. “Sangoma is pleased to contribute to this community and to be a part of the creativity generated by the close interaction between vendors, developers and users at AstriCon, which can result in a whole new wave of groundbreaking communications solutions. And we are once again looking forward to participating in AstriCon's top-notch educational program.”

The high-density A116 16-Span digital telephony board and the Vega400 Session Border Controller (SBC) are stated to be special features in the demonstration of Sangoma’s latest technology.

At the event, Sangoma’s David Yat Sin will preside over a session titled “LibWAT - A Common Command Library for GSM Cards Using chan_dahdi,” where one can learn about how the Sangoma-developed code aids in the integration of GSM boards with the Asterisk platform.

Sangoma explained that its A116 telephony board utilizes a high-performance PCI Express interface and offers superior performance in critical systems all over the world. It supports up to 32.8 Mbps of full duplex data throughout 480 voice calls using 16 T1/E1/J1 spans.

The Vega 400 VoIP gateway connects digital telephony equipment to IP networks and all of them are supplied with four E1/T1 interfaces, which are always fully available regardless of the license purchased.

Corbic added that Sangoma has been an active part of the Asterisk community from its very beginning. The open source community has had a profound impact on the ways in which people and businesses connect.

Sangoma is proud to be a part of this success, and the company looks forward to contributing for many years to come.

Edited by Braden Becker