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November 19, 2011

TMCnet SIP Trunking Week in Review


By Ed Silverstein SIP Trunking Report Contributor



It was a busy week in the SIP Trunking sector. Here are some of the major stories from TMCnet.

For starters, the Neudesic Pulse has several new features that offer more social partnerships through integration with UC systems. Neudesic Pulse is a hub for employee collaboration and business system integration. Users can share ideas, projects, files, feedback and receive instant answers – anywhere, anytime.


In addition, InnoMedia and Clearcable Networks are deploying Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking and Hosted Voice services for Source Cable Limited in Hamilton, Ontario. The service leverages InnoMedia's Enterprise SIP Gateway (ESG) products that allow service providers to provide SIP-based voice services to their enterprise customers.

In another story, Deltapath, provider of Session Initiated Protocol based unified communication solutions for enterprise customers, will deliver support of its frSIP Unified Communication Core solution to the Polycom RealPresence Mobile. Deltapath is the second company after Broadsoft that supports Polycom RealPresence Mobile.

In an additional story, AireSpring says it has readied a new cloud hosted IP PBX solution. Called AirePBX, it offers the same feature-rich functionality as the service provider’s Dynamic X SMB small business product, but with no hardware to buy, install, configure, host or maintain, according to AireSpring officials. AireSpring COO Daniel Lonstein said an advantage of AireSpring voice services is the adaptability of the product to the customer’s current and future phone system. The company can easily convert a customer’s connection from T1/PRI, analog or SIP trunking to hosted PBX seats without requiring a new installation.

And Vidyo, which offers telepresence solutions and gateways that interoperate with H.323 and SIP End Points, has virtualized the first video conferencing infrastructure and delivered an HD video conference on over 100 concurrent lines. Virtualization in the video conferencing market had been limited to call control. Now, the SIP End Points company has virtualized media processing.


Ed Silverstein is a TMCnet contributor. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
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