Broadvox has achieved interoperability with the GXE502x series, Grandstream Networks’ (News - Alert) new IP-PBX product. The partnership means a powerful solution for Broadvox customers. Broadvox resellers can now easily deploy IP communications such as video telephony utilizing Grandstream IP-PBX (News - Alert) products on Broadvox’s robust IP network.
“Grandstream is the only vendor with an end-to-end solution that incorporates video,” said Eric Eckman, Director of Business Development at Broadvox (News - Alert). “Partnering with Grandstream enables delivery of a complete IP communication system to businesses that are looking for the cost savings of SIP Trunking while exploring and using its more advanced features.”
Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking can now offer a face-to-face experience made possible with video transmission through Grandstream IP PBX products. And as an introductory offer, Broadvox will provide a free 30-day SIP Trunking package which supports a total of six phone lines for any Grandstream reseller or end-user who signs up before the end of April.
Grandstream recently received the 2007 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award for the GXE 502x series. Grandstream will also be releasing the GXW4024, a new 24-port FXS gateway with advanced SIP trunking, security protection and TR-069 management capability.
Broadvox and Grandstream promise to deliver a powerful and affordable solution for SMB voice and video needs. Broadvox’s SIP Trunking solutions are delivered on a private network with state of the art equipment. This enables customers to achieve the benefits of SIP no matter their existing infrastructure. Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking boasts unlimited local calling and discounted long distance. DID Blocks are available as well. The network is monitored non-stop and delivers service to more than 90% of the United States and Canada.
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