From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

August 30, 2013

ADTRAN Creates Immediate Customer Value with Total Access 900e

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Service providers are constantly trying to become a more valued partner to business customers, and are looking to introduce new service offerings that combine voice and data communications while keeping costs down. ADTRAN, Inc., a provider of enterprise communications, has made their task easier with the release of its Total Access 900e Gen 3 series of Ethernet and Multi-T1 IP Business Gateways.

The Total Access 900e Gen 3 series, considered the industry’s leading IP business gateway is ideal for networks transitioning to VoIP and offers a number of fixed-port configurations.

This business gateway delivers higher bandwidth, more security, supports additional services and applications, and enables carriers to support advanced and routing protocols, quality of service and traffic delivery required for VoIP networks.

As the ADTRAN solution is extremely flexible and scalable, it takes care of current and future requirements. It also ensures a 66 percent increase in router performance and enables higher bandwidth applications and services at 100 Mbps.

Further, Total Access 900e Gen 3 series ensures instant high-speed Ethernet connectivity, secure service delivery, and combines robust routing and voice features to provide highly reliable and cost-effective services.

“As carrier experts continue to choose ADTRAN for their network, we have raised the bar on the performance and features of the Total Access 900e to address new applications and capabilities needed to take high-performance networks to the next level,” said Chris Thompson, director of product management for ADTRAN.

The latest research from Frost & Sullivan does appear to confirm that ADTRAN is indeed the leading vendor in the VoIP access and SIP trunking segment of the global enterprise media gateway market with more than 70 percent market share in terms of units shipped.

“ADTRAN delivers a strong investment protection message coupled with the flexibility to deliver ongoing software capabilities for the ‘next big thing’ in the unified communications arena,” noted Rob Arnold, senior analyst for information and communication technologies at Frost & Sullivan.

Edited by Rory J. Thompson