New SIP Trunking Certification by Broadvox Modernizes Landlines
Traditional landline phones are set for a facelift, thanks to an upgrade to a solution by Broadvox called the Synapse SB67070 SIP Gateway – an IP-based trunking system that provides LANs with the abilities of a network hooked up to the Internet.
Broadvox is a renowned source of VoIP and SIP trunking services. Their Synapse SIP Gateway is now certifiably compatible with Broadvox’s GO! SIP trunking suite, a line of solutions that provide unlimited local calling, discounted toll-free, domestic and international long-distance.
Operability with the company’s GO! solutions allows the Synapse SB67070 SIP Gateway to deliver IP and unified communications (UC) solutions to local TDM phones at a cost businesses can afford without compromising other company resources.
“Broadvox’s certification of our Synapse SIP Gateway enables SMBs the ability to offer broader access to lower-cost VoIP services, and allows them to leverage SIP trunking technology for voice calling,” said Graham Williams, vice president of the SMB group at VTech Communications.
The SIP Gateway supports up to 16 external calls at a time and can register four separate accounts. Users can now also apply up to 100 extensions and add Analog and T1 Gateways to their landlines.
“Customers and distribution partners can depend on the Enterprise quality of a combined Synapse System and Broadvox solution for the delivery of advanced functionality and to ensure IP capability using traditional TDM phones,” said Sergey Galchenko, CTO at Broadvox.
Businesses which operate out of more than one location can especially see the benefits of a traditional network on an IP-based feature set, according to Williams, as the SIP Gateway’s GO! certification seamlessly interconnects branch offices over PSTN lines.
Broadvox’s Synapse SB67070 SIP Gateway is a precedent for a smooth transition from primitive networks to a community that’s always online. The company discussed its role in the cloud storage revolution at unified communications’s ITEXPO in Miami this past February.
Edited by Brooke Neuman