From the SIP Trunking Experts

May 19, 2012

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.

Acme Packet has introduced three new solutions which simplify the process and actions associated with SIP trunking. First, the company is offering new enterprise session border controller systems. Acme Packet also introduced the SIP Trunk Xpress and the Interop Xpress system.

In another report, TMCnet related that GL Communications is now selling its PacketGen-SIP bulk call generator software. Among its many attributes, PacketGen can test and analyze VoIP network equipment, as well as support some 1,000 calls at the same time, the company says. It can be used for varied applications. These include: generation of manual and bulk calls; matrix testing; protocol compliance and codec compatibility testing; regression and acceptance testing; stress testing; and voice quality analysis.

In another article, TMCnet said that JeraSoft VoIP Carrier Suite’s (VCS) Dynamic Routing feature is now interoperable with the Brekeke SIP Server. This lets service providers on Brekeke's platform products to add billing capability with minimal deployment time.  Interoperability between the products also lets service providers create a range of call-routing policies, such as Least Cost Routing, Quality Routing and Mixed Routing.

In another story, VOCAL Technologies announced an enhanced Remote Access Server over IP (RASoIP) solution. It can access legacy modem devices and communicate over IP networks as opposed to dedicated phone lines.

And in another report, Rogers Business Solutions has launched SIP trunking, a new IP-based voice solution designed to complement its fiber-based internet and WAN connectivity services. SIP trunking uses Internet Protocol to provide an alternative to traditional voice network signaling in business uses. It is an economical alternative for businesses which want scalable voice services.

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