Toshiba (News - Alert) America Information Systems Inc., Telecommunication Systems Division (Toshiba) and Newroads Telecom, a provider of cost-effective IP communications products and services to small and medium-sized businesses, announced the certification of interoperability of Newroads Business SIP Trunking with Toshiba's family of Strata CIX IP business communication systems. Newroads Business SIP Trunking is now available nationwide from Authorized Toshiba Dealers.
In a press release, Eric Abing, senior product manager, Toshiba America Information Systems, Telecommunication Systems Division, said, “The Newroads Business SIP Trunking solution brings the advantages of SIP Trunking to users of Toshiba Strata CIX VoIP business communication systems. This certification substantiates the seamless integration of Toshiba's Strata CIX VoIP systems and Newroads Business SIP Trunking, providing enterprises with the confidence that they have reliable telephone service and equipment.”
Newroads Telecom delivers personal, one-on-one services focused on small businesses. Its cost-effective solutions include SIP Trunking and traditional TDM services of POTS lines, Channelized T1, and PRI. Newroads provides customized and innovative services over its own facilities, or the customer may elect to use its existing broadband connection to deliver the services.
According to Bill Stuckey, president of Newroads Telecom, “We are pleased to receive the certification of interoperability of Newroads Business SIP Trunking with Toshiba's Strata CIX IP business telephone systems.”
Toshiba was recently in news when it announced the availability of two new LED HDTV Series for 2010: The UL605 Series with NET (News - Alert) TV and the compact SL400 Series. Together, the latest models in Toshiba's comprehensive HDTV lineup combine crisp picture quality and slim, stylish looks, with an array of key features that deliver real value into the home. The UL605 Series is available in 55-inch, 46-inch, and 40-inch class screen sizes (measured diagonally at 54.6 inches, 46.0 inches, and 40.0 inches respectively). The SL400 Series is available in 32-inch, 26-inch, 22-inch, and 19-inch class screen sizes (measured diagonally at 31.5 inches, 26.0 inches, and 21.6 inches, and 18.5 inches respectively).
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Edited by Ed Silverstein