Virtual PBXs are slowly replacing traditional PBX (News - Alert) equipment. While this transition is gaining momentum, ensuring interoperability between existing systems and the new virtual PBXs is also highly important.
Edgewater Networks (News - Alert), a provider of Enterprise Session Border Controllers (ESBCs), has just revealed that its SIP Trunking Interoperability Lab has certified Positron Telecommunication Systems’ G-Series IP PBXs.
EdgeMarc ESBCs help enterprises resolve interoperability challenges between SIP trunking service providers and enterprise PBX systems, as well as assist enterprise customers leverage these services while providing a consistent signaling interface to the service provider.
Additionally, the EdgeMarc also provides VoIP-aware security and quality of service (QoS) to ensure high quality voice calls and integrated call quality monitoring is available to simplify problem resolution.
Dave G. Norman, chief executive officer of Edgewater Networks, said in a statement, “This certification combines the best-in-class communications platform feature set of the G-Series IP PBX with the increased interoperability, security and high quality of service enabled by the EdgeMarc.”
The combination of the EdgeMarc ESBC with Positron Telecom’s G-series IP PBX ensures that businesses have the ability to connect to a variety of SIP trunking service providers and obtain the lowest long-term investment available on the market.
“Positron Telecom submitted its IP PBX solutions for certification with Edgewater’s ESBC as they have a significant market presence and strong reputation for quality within the industry,” Jeffrey Liberman, VP of Sales and Business Development for Positron Telecom added. “By using Edgewater Networks’ solution combined with Positron Telecom’s IP PBX, our reseller partners will be better positioned to provide their small-to-medium business customers with a higher quality experience.”
Edited by Jamie Epstein