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October 23, 2006

Sangoma in Malaysia

By Cindy Waxer, TMCnet Contributing Editor


Promising to bolster its standing in the Malaysian market, Sangoma Technologies Corporation has received full national telecom and safety certifications in Malaysia for its Advanced Flexible Technology (AFT) series of T1/E1 PCI cards.
A provider of connectivity hardware and software products for VoIP, TDM voice, WANs and Internet infrastructure, Sangoma (News - Alert) required such certification by the Malaysian government in order to sell its solutions in the country and it ensures network security for end users. The national certification ensures that certified telephony products are compatible with the country's public network and telecommunications infrastructure.
“Malaysian and international markets are welcoming our telephony solutions,” says Sangoma Technologies president and CEO David Mandelstam. “These certifications add to the extensive portfolio of approvals Sangoma has already gained worldwide, which has eased the implementation and rollout of enabling technology-based products around the world.”
Certifications are valid and renewable over a one- year period and cover Sangoma's AFT-based A101, A102, A104 Quad and A104d.
Sangoma's AFT series cards have a uniform 2U form factor (120mm x 55 mm, 4.7" x 2.2"). The 3.3v/5v PCI card supports bus-mastering, ring-buffer DMA architecture and fully shared interrupts, making it ideal for demanding environments such as the Asterisk (News - Alert) Open Source PBX (News - Alert)/IVR project. “Malaysian-based Lanvik ICU Sdn Bhd helped us manage and carry out the certification process,” says Mandelstam. “We will now leverage our strategic relationships to strengthen Sangoma's market position in this region.”
In less distant lands, Sangoma announced last week that Asterisk and Open Source Telephony business leaders, Wildix, Signate (News - Alert) and Core Telecom Innovations have joined the movement to standardize on Sangoma PCI and PCI-Express hardware to support their requirements for PSTN access.
Cindy Waxer is a Toronto-based freelance journalist specializing in business and technology. She has written for publications including TIME, Fortune Small Business, Business 2.0, Computerworld, Canadian Business, and Workforce Management. To see more of her articles, please visit Cindy Waxer’s columnist page.
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