InnoMedia (News - Alert), a provider of innovative VoIP appliances and virtual PBX solutions revealed that it has assisted Buckeye TeleSystem in deploying Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP) trunking services to the enterprise.
The InnoMedia ESBC line of SIP gateways (ESGs) are the ideal products to deliver scalable, QoS-managed SIP trunking and virtual PBX (News - Alert) services to business customers. The service also supports traditional PBXs with a PRI connection.
With InnoMedia gateways, organizations can deploy integrated SIP trunking and data services. SIP trunks, according to InnoMedia, provide the same level of quality at a much lower price per circuit when compared to conventional analog phone circuits.
The ESBC 9328-4B offers Back-to-Back User Agent (B2BUA) functionality for reliable SIP Trunk services to customers who have different IPPBXs, SIP ALG for customers who need hosted PBX IP Phone (News - Alert) services, a bridge port for high-speed data, a router port with RIPv2 for static IP addresses, an internal battery for power backup, and business friendly primary line VoIP FXS ports, the company said in a press release.
Adam Hashi, manager of VoIP Engineering for Buckeye TeleSystem, said in a statement, "The InnoMedia ESBC product family provides a SIP protocol-level forking capability which allows us to offer hosted voice services supporting a single SIP user account for multiple IP end devices.”
"The ESBC's next hop static routing further enables us to provide SIP trunking services to a customer having a PBX in one city and IP phones & gateways in another location, perhaps thousands of miles away,” Hashi added. “We trust InnoMedia product innovations and their customer service to be in line with our need to deliver the best value to our customers."
“Adoption of the InnoMedia's ESBC line of Enterprise SIP gateways (ESGs) further solidifies a mutually beneficial relationship between our companies," Dr. Nan-Sheng Lin, president of InnoMedia concluded.
Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.