Ring Carrier to Demonstrate its Open Source VoIP Solutions at INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO East 2008
Ring Carrier, a developer of open source VoIP
solutions, is all set to demonstrate its solutions at INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO East 2008
, scheduled to be held January 23-25 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The company is expected to demonstrate Ring Provider Web 2.0, a beta version released in December. Ring Provider, a complete, integrated, turnkey VoIP, video and Web services solution, helps in the launch of private labeled VoIP with low CAPEX and OPEX (News
). It is built with open source and open standards.
Company officials elucidated that users can host PBX
Building Block, which is a stand alone PBX (News
), on the Ring Provider VoIP Fabric. The VoIP Fabric allows users to host an unlimited number of PBX building blocks.
Officials say Ring Provider is an appropriate solution for enterprises, carriers, MSOs, resellers, PTTs, ILECs, ISPs and also marketing companies.
Explaining the benefits of the solution, officials pointed out that Ring Provider enables residential broadband VoIP service, hosted IP-PBX, Web management interface, audio conferencing, video conferencing, 911 emergency calling, automated SIP
device provisioning and other services.
In addition, Ring Provider also integrates instant messaging, Web meetings, video phones, billing, prepaid billing, routing, text to voice, voice recognition and QoS
The other turnkey solutions from Ring carrier are VoIP Fabric, which supports unlimited enterprises or users, and Enterprise PBX and Hosted PBX. In addition, the company also offers RC-G1 SIP gateway, PBX Building Block, and Virtual PBX solution.
) offers educational programs which teach high level managers for enterprises, SMBs, and government agencies on how to select and deploy IP-based voice, video, fax, and unified communications systems.
For more information about Ring Carrier, visit www.ringcarrier.com
For more information about ITEXPO, visit www.tmcnet.com/voip/conference
Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To see more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.