InnoMedia (News - Alert), which specializes in VoIP appliances, announced that Buckeye TeleSystem, a multiple system cable operator in the Toledo/Sandusky, OH area, has selected InnoMedia for its Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP) trunking service for Enterprises.
SIP trunks deliver same level of quality as conventional analog phone circuits, but at a much lower price per circuit. Another advantage of SIP trunking is that it is incrementally scalable in real time without the need to install new lines.
"We insist on utmost quality and reliability when it comes to our network, and InnoMedia's ESBC 9328, 9380 and 8528 met all of our requirements for functionality and robustness," said Adam Hashi, manager of VoIP Engineering for Buckeye TeleSystem, 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,” Hashi added.
InnoMedia’s ESBC line of enterprise SIP gateways (ESGs) enables service operators to deliver scalable, QoS-managed SIP Trunking and Hosted PBX (News - Alert) services to their business customers, including support for traditional PBXs with a PRI connection.
Dr. Nan-Sheng Lin, president of InnoMedia, said, “InnoMedia's extensive gateway portfolio has been used by Buckeye TeleSystem to provide VoIP services to its customers for several years with great success. Adoption of the InnoMedia's ESBC line of Enterprise SIP gateways (ESGs) further solidifies a mutually beneficial relationship between our companies.”
InnoMedia operates in the United States, Singapore, Taiwan and China. In addition to managed MTAs and ESBCs, the company also offers a comprehensive line of VoIP products including cable modem integrated eMTAs, IP PBXs, IP Phones, and a complementary Element Management System (EMS).
In a major development in August, the InnoMedia announced it received a large purchase order of InnoMedia MTA6328 telephone adapters from Phone (News - Alert) Power, a provider of Internet telephone service in North America. The purchase order covers inventory for both the Phone Power brand and its sister brand VOIP.COM.