World VoIP NewsIntegra receives NEC’s certification on its VoIP IP PPBX
Integra receives NEC’s certification on its VoIP IP PPBX
Enterprise Integra Telecom, being prominent telecommunications and associated technology service vendor for businesses, has acquired NEC's Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking Interoperability certification with the NEC UNIVERGE SV8100. The issue of certificate means that NEC PBX is fully compatible and capable to operate seamlessly with Integra's SIP Solutions SIP Trunking Service.
Integra’s unique products IP PBXs are designed for business customers in order to deliver more efficient consumption of bandwidth by unifying voice and data streamlines within a single service, as well as to ensure dynamic bandwidth allocation, when more bandwidth is available when voice calls are not processed. Additional benefit is option of maximizing the capacity by means of multiple compression options that manages more calls over the same bandwidth without requirements for additional circuits. "We're excited to earn NEC's SIP Trunking Interoperability certification with the NEC UNIVERGE SV8100," said Brian Gregory, representative from Integra Telecom. "This certification positions Integra to work even more tightly with NEC dealers and businesses with UNIVERGE 8100, building our portfolio of SIP trunking services and delivering enhanced features and productivity to our business customers." "The synergy of the UNIVERGE SV8100 communications server and Integra's SIP Trunking Service provides a powerful base for unified communications and a means to optimize ongoing communications costs," said Ram Menghani, NEC Corporation of America. Using Integra Telecom protfolio businesses can utilize voice lines, Internet, MPLS and SIP services integrated with state-of-the-art VoIP systems, data services and unified communication applications.
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