Ingate SIParator Enterprise Session Border Controller (E-SBC) has completed successful interoperability testing with Positron's G-Series IP-PBX solutions.
Officials with Ingate Systems said that the SIParator E-SBC enables the secure, simplified adoption of SIP, SIP trunking and all unified communication applications.
Company officials said that in SIP trunk installations, the Ingate SIParator combined with the SIP Trunk software module resolves interoperability issues to ensure seamless deployments with virtually all service providers' SIP trunk offerings and the Positron IP-PBX.
"As our focus on mid-size business grows, we recognize the role that a session border controller plays in exerting control over signalling and media streams and the security requirements in today's IP network," said Jeff Liberman, VP of sales and business development for Positron Telecom, in a statement.
"When positioning our G-series as a cost-effective product line, we looked to pair our product with a peer element integral to the voice-over-IP service. The Ingate SIParator provides a comprehensive IP and SIP security system that is feature-rich and suitably priced for our customers,” Liberman added.
Positron Telecommunication Systems develops and markets sophisticated high reliability VoIP equipment for SMB and enterprise communication.
Positron's customers can use any SIP trunking service provider when deploying the Ingate SIParator with the G-Series IP-PBX, giving them the flexibility to select the lowest-cost service at any time.
"Interoperability testing is a crucial part of this industry, as not all vendors adhere to the SIP standard as strictly as Ingate," added Steven Johnson, president, Ingate Systems, in a statement.
Johnson said that customers need solutions that work seamlessly together to ensure the highest security for their installations. Interoperability also means simpler, faster deployments.
“We are proud to add Positron to our network of Ingate-interoperable IP-PBXs," he said.
Ingate Systems develops firewall technology to enable global SIP-based person-to-person communication such as IP telephony, presence, Instant Messaging, video conferencing, IP-PBX connections and Unified Communications.