From the SIP Trunking Experts

January 23, 2014

NBS Broadvox SIP Trunking Solution Certified by Avaya

By Rahul Arora SIP Trunking Report Contributor

NBS, a provider of SIP and cloud Unified Communications services, recently announced that its Broadvox SIP Trunking solution is now “Avaya Compliant.” The officials from Avaya, a provider of business collaboration and communication software and services, said that Broadvox SIP Trunking is now compatible with Avaya Aura® Communication Manager 6.3, Avaya Aura Session Manager 6.3 and Avaya Session Border Controller for Enterprise 6.2.

“Businesses are looking for carrier-grade, yet versatile SIP Trunking providers to help ensure their PBX deployment is the most robust it can be. Avaya and NBS help enterprises ensure that their telephony infrastructure and SIP Trunking services work seamlessly together, bringing efficiency and resiliency not seen with legacy technologies,” said?Arnaud Gautier, SVP Marketing, NBS, in a press release.

Broadvox SIP Trunking helps in minimizing long distance costs with a choice of either the Unlimited Long Distance or Unlimited Local with Long Distance Minute Bundles Calling Plans. Also the solution makes the clients able to utilize additional call sessions above their purchased amount for peak call times.

They can also lock down their registration to a specific IP address to prevent fraud by disallowing registration from other locations. The clients can also customize their service with add-on features such as automatic fail-over, enhanced DID with 911 service,  extra toll-free numbers, and call bursting. The solution is compatible with the large majority of IP PBXs and with any TDM-based PBX or legacy CPE phone system using an Integrated Access Device (IAD).

“Technology partners like NBS make SIP Trunking with Avaya solutions simple and cost effective.   Successful completion of compliance testing provides customers with confidence that Broadvox SIP Trunking services will work in conjunction with Avaya Aura deployments and help them save on deployment and operating costs,” said Eric Rossman, vice president, Developer Relations, Avaya, in a statement. 

Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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