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ADTRAN releases new VoIP gateway with ambitions for global deployment


ADTRAN releases new VoIP gateway with ambitions for global deployment
Enterprise ADTRAN, being a substantial provider of networking and communication equipment, has grown up its product line of gateways so that they can get outreach more clients globally. The company’s new product named NetVanta 644 is designed to ease VoIP access and SIP trunking to bring down difficulties in voice migration.
According to the official press release, the ADTRAN NetVanta 644 is a dedicated VoIP media gateway specifically built to ensure connectivity between TDM and IP networks backing up connection of legacy telephone and PBX applications to IP networks. It is reported to be suitable as a clasical PSTN gateway delivering IP conversion for most modern issued PBXs, like the NetVanta Unified Communications Enterprise Communication Server. Implementing the ADTRAN AOS, the NetVanta 644 provides much more convenient management and administration and can back up 120 simultaneous VoIP calls without missing a beat. Robust Ethernet functionality is an innovative failover feature that provides consumers confidence their VoIP connectivity will be run in the event of circuit outage. ADTRAN explains that the NetVanta 644 is a holistic migration solution that makes providers to manage voice deployments on the regular data network they normally are investing in to adress the growing demand for cloud applications, virtual mobility and other data networking operations. Company bosatesd that the power of ADTRAN's U.S. market position in the IP Business Gateway, SIP and Voice Access Trunking markets provides the enterprise with the platform to expand its performance worldwide. The advent of the NetVanta 644 gives it the platform to meet the needs of a broader set of enterprise customers and is a ceratin sign of the company's commitment to augment its business around the globe. In modern capital and operationally extremely sensitive market, the ability to utilize existing data network resources for VoIP will have vast value. With the introduction of the NetVanta 644, ADTRAN's customers worldwide can streamline the transition from TDM to IP for voice communications. Finalising the description: This solution is ideal for : service providers offering SIP trunking service to medium and large corporate customers needing to interface to legacy PBX's; enterprises who currently have large data networks in place, but still have differentiated VoIP infrastructure will utilize this to integrate their networks and allow their voice traffic to route to their IP data networks; resellers needing to enable traditional PSTN connectivity to their customers who have converted to Unified Communications solutions like ADTRAN's NetVanta UC Enterprise Communications Server.


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