SIP trunking vendors continue to improve the communications infrastructure with improved products, enhanced services, integrated solutions, partnerships and alliances and so on. Consequently, there is news from this community every week. This past week, Broadvox launched a new promotion scheme for its commercial SIP Trunks, while Ingate Systems (News - Alert) became a certified member of the Aastra Approval Partner Program. And RCA announced entry in to the VoIP space.
To give its SIP trunking services a boost, Broadvox launched a new promotion scheme for its commercial SIP Trunks. TMCnet report quoted Broadvox president and CEO Bruce Chatterley (News - Alert), as saying, “Broadvox will drive future growth with new initiatives in the marketplace.”
The service provider is extending a special 20 percent off discount on SIP Trunks, with a minimum of three concurrent call sessions, until October 31st, 2012.
As reported, this limited time offer provides small to medium sized businesses (SMB) the opportunity to combine voice and data over a single broadband connection and save up to 70 percent over the cost of traditional PRIs and analog phones. Besides lowering the price, the promotion also includes free installation within five days.
In another report, TMCnet contributor Mini Swamy reported that session border controllers (SBCs) provider Ingate Systems is now a certified member of the Aastra (News - Alert) Approval Partner Program. Through the certification and qualification program, Aastra ensures that third-party products and applications can be seamlessly integrated into its systems in a controlled environment.
Commenting on this development, Aastra’s head of R&D Edin Hadzialic, said, “As a certified member of the Aastra Approval Partner Program, we know that Ingate Systems can fulfill the high standards which we require, matching the high quality of our products.”
As per this report, Ingate’s SIParator is available as hardware and software solution that can be installed on Aastra’s server or used as a virtualized application. The company said that its enterprise SBCs offer solutions that make trusted SIP communications possible beyond the LAN.
Meanwhile, VoIP Supply LLC, North America's leading supplier of VoIP equipment and complete solutions, announced the addition of RCA VoIP phones. Yes, well known brand name RCA whose iconic image of a dog looking into a phonograph with title “His Master’s Voice” is making VoIP phones.
In fact, RCA, the largest manufacturer in the multi-line and DECT (News - Alert) analog phone market, has stepped out of the analog world and moved into the VoIP phone world.According to VoIP Supply, the IP110 and IP120 are the first VoIP phones from RCA. The two phones share a similar form factor and several of the same features.
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