Yealink (News - Alert), IP phone maker and manufacturer of VoIP Phones and IP Video Phones, has announced successful interoperability testing between PortaOne’s (News - Alert) flagship PortaSwitch VoIP call control and subscriber management platform and Yealink’s full range of VoIP phones.
PortaOne, Inc.'s PortaSwitch consists of a real-time billing system, class 4/5 SIP softswitch, and media applications that deliver converged VoIP billing and provisioning, SIP call control, unified messaging, IP Centrex and hosted IP PBX (News - Alert), callback management, IVRs, conferencing and more.
Together, the two companies’ products will provide a VoIP telephony infrastructure suitable for all classes of enterprise use. The interoperability of Yealink IP phones with PortaSwitch provides ISPs with a complete IP solution. The PortaSwitch family, which includes the PortaBilling customer management application, is capable of handling the complete call control, routing, proxying, and converged VoIP billing functions of a diversified digital services company, enabling wholesale VoIP carriers and telecommunication service providers to deliver a wide variety of business models quickly and flexibly.
Yealink’s IP Phones, IP Video Phones and USB Phones are used in over 100 countries around the world. As a professional VoIP terminal equipment manufacturer, Yealink focuses on delivering IP products to extend the value of network communication. Led by the company’s led SIP-T2x series enterprise HD IP Phones, Yealink’s IP portfolio is equipped with TI chipset and TI voice engine to ensure a better quality and high definition voice, and also embeds rich features including auto-provision, PoE, IPv6 and various value-added functions.
“Yealink and PortaOne share the same commitment to provide powerful VoIP solution to customers worldwide. We are very glad to have an ideal partner like PortaOne,” said Stone Lu, vice president of Yealink. “Both of us focus on reliable product features unique communication value, and have gained strong followings on an international level. With the interoperability test, Yealink and PortaOne make the empowered solution available to worldwide customers.”
Stefanie Mosca is a Managing Editor for TMCnet, with a particular focus in wireless technologies as well as mobile and IP communications. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page or follow her on Twitter (News - Alert) @stefaniemosca.
Edited by Tammy Wolf