World VoIP NewsBroadvox certifies TurboBridge HD audio VoIP utility
Broadvox certifies TurboBridge HD audio VoIP utility
Provider of hosted unified communications solutions Broadvox has certified TurboBridge’s HD audio conferencing utility. This will make the company’s customers base to leverage innovative conference calling capabilities, as well as maintain a much higher level of audio quality.
TurboBridge’s solution empowers Broadvox to expand the conference calling functionality it brings up and implement capabilities such as a real online conference dashboard, flexible security procedures with extra host controls. "By plugging in TurboBridge, we've growing up our audio conferencing capabilities for our enterprise customers,” explained Frank Grillo from Broadvox in a statement. “TurboBridge is ready to deliver a cost-effective, off-the-shelf system that we could momentarily integrate into our product portfolio, helping our customers to better connect, communicate and collaborate.” Currently implemented by nearly 300 telecommunication carriers, ASPs, ISPS and more than 10,000 businesses entities, Broadvox Network Operations Centers is always in state that provides a high degree of reliability, security and quality of service.Chris Koehncke, president of TurboBridge stated , "We are happy to license TurboBridge’s excellent audio conferencing technology to a prominent standing VoIP giant and growing unified communications provider like Broadvox.” In related company news, at the end of 2011 the news that Broadvox had distributed an important fact—its applications were now certified as interoperable. In fact, the Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking product suite achieved Mitel-Compatible Test Certifications with Mitel Communications Director, an innovative unified communications software. Every application and almost each service that Broadvox deploys is based upon SIP,” states company in a press release. “That will not change as we augment the list of managed services and cloud computing to our product portfolio. SIP is totally altering the way communications are working. It is no longer just a device to device concept. It is instead user to user without restrictions or geographical limitations. Therefore, my new definition is: SIP is a protocol supporting a user to user communications paradigm that utilizes any device, any application, anywhere, anytime. Wow! And that seems to describe unified communications!” Mitel Communications Director powers multiple unified communications features including easy managing features and can be operated on different type of servers including those that are really virtual, while the Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking allows users to leverage unlimited local calling, as well as massively reduced toll-free, domestic and international long-distance. “Session management, bandwidth allocation, packet prioritization, security and interoperability dominate today’s discussion of SIP,” he continues. “However, as the protocol evolves and is updated to support additional applications like FoIP, there will continue to be a impediments of the lines between the protocol and the applications I back up.” “
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