EtherSpeak, Inc., a provider of IP telecommunications services to businesses throughout North America, recently announced that its Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking solution is now interoperable with Zultys' advanced IP PBXs. EtherSpeak is a certified provider of SIP trunking for Zultys’ Enterprise class of IP phone systems.
EtherSpeak says its SIP Trunking solution enables businesses to achieve higher cost savings while increasing their operational efficiencies. Officials from the company said that interoperability will help businesses now be able to streamline collaboration and communication leveraging business class functionality such as voice, video, IM, presence, and mobility with smartphones and tablets
"We are excited to continue the success of our long standing relationship with Zultys through this interop certification," noted Neil Darling, CEO of EtherSpeak. "Our ZipTrunk platform is able to accommodate even the busiest of technical personnel due to our extremely easy setups taking less than a few hours for a client to be up and running. We look forward to offering our suite of voice, video, fax and disaster recovery services to Zultys clients, now as a certified partner.” “Zultys and Etherspeak have a longstanding business relationship and today, having them as a certified SIP Service partner allows us to expand our market reach, especially considering their ability for mobile interoperability,” said Steve Francis, Zultys’ Chief Sales & Marketing Officer. “We are happy to have Etherspeak as a certified partner and look forward to the continued relationship as well as working jointly to expand both of our businesses.”
EtherSpeak is a qualified SIP Trunking services provider with Microsoft's Lync partner eco-system. EtherSpeak's Lync SIP Trunking brand for Microsoft Lync offers users new features such as rapid turn-up and tangible cost savings, in addition to the voice packet encryption, auto failover and geographic redundancy options. Customer requirements would be successfully met without prompting for the addition of costly customer-premise hardware.