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SIP Trunk Deployments See Surge

July 17, 2018

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

The transition to IP networks is driving the SIP trunking market. And with innovation pushing capability and popularity, and those providing VoIP, unified communications and the like are riding the momentum of this transformational technology.

Today, Newcastle Communications announced a surge of SIP trunk deployments, with 2018 already outdoing all of 2017. The enterprise is eager for modern communications, and Newcastle’s SIP partners are reaping the reward.

Newcastle has worked with Ingate Systems on SIP trunking  for several years, deploying the SIParator SBC on its own campus to support operations. After the successful project, Newcastle knew the solution was capable of supporting the requirements of the modern enterprise.

“We are proud to be working with Newcastle, a leader in VoIP and UC solutions known throughout the US for cutting-edge solutions for some of the largest enterprises,” said Steven Johnson, President, Ingate Systems.

The solution comes in a hardware or software form factor, and supports an exceptional, secure experience regardless of the PBX paired with the Ingate SIParators.

Brianna Gallowe, Customer Support and Operations Manager, Newcastle Communications, noted “Ingate products are easily configured to meet the unique needs of each customer, and they provide a high level of security. Also, the sales engineering and technical support are top notch. We even recommend Ingate to other NEC dealers.”

Business telephony is turning the page, and as more organizations participate in the mass exodus toward modern communications change is in the air. Partnerships like that of Ingate and Newcastle will serve to support this transformation.

Did someone say SIP trunking? 

Edited by Maurice Nagle


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