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April 27, 2010

Sangoma Forms OEM Relationship to Supply NetBorder Express Gateway

Sangoma has entered into an OEM relationship with a major computer and networking equipment supplier. Under the agreement, this supplier of hardware and software enabling server-based voice and data communication applications will supply its NetBorder Express Gateway (News - Alert) for integration into the OEM’s networking products.

This integration will enable seamless Public Switched Telephone Network “PSTN” connectivity to unified communications applications running within the enterprise. The resulting product should become generally available in the second half of 2010.

Sangoma expects to realize several millions of dollars in revenue over the coming years as a result of this contract.

The company does highlight that while this agreement offers tremendous market promise, there are no significant binding purchase orders for any of these products.

Much opportunity exists in the unified communications market, which is expected to grow to more than $1 billion dollars by 2013, according to Infonetics Research (News - Alert).

Sangoma positions its NetBorder Express Gateway as an ideal product that is helping to drive market demand due to its modular approach, low-profile form factor and proven interoperability with all major SIP devices and applications.

'Our media gateway product allows our OEM customers to easily integrate into existing computer-based networking equipment such as a telecom server, a data switch or other device, and deliver an all-in-one networking solution that includes PSTN connectivity,' said Frederic Dickey, Director of Product Management at Sangoma.

“Ultimately, end-users get a single, cost-effective device that can meet a wide range of their telecom needs, especially as it pertains to unified communications.'

NetBorder Express Gateway supports Windows and Linux operating systems, as well as a variety of telephony interfaces from simple analog connections to multiple digital T1/E1 ports supporting hundreds of channels.

The Gateway converts these telephony protocols into VoIP traffic, providing straightforward compatibility between the PSTN and a wide variety of unified communication applications.

In other Sangoma news, the company has continued to focus on its support of the FreeSWITCH open source project and said recently it plans to extend support by becoming a major sponsor of the open source conference and weekly FreeSWITCH community calls.

Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi

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