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Sangoma introduces version 5.0 VoIP Gateway


Sangoma introduces version 5.0 VoIP Gateway
Company Sangoma, as the prominent deliverer of equipment and software for high quality IP Communications Systems, has announced that its brand new software version 5.0.gateway.
This tool is specifically created for the NetBorder SS7 VoIP Gateway, tool that is capable of massively improving operational coverage and promotes relevant signaling, protocols and handling interfaces to easily execute the integration of almost all major VoIP networks into a SS7-embedded carrier network. NetBorder SS7 for VoIP Gateway makes telecom service operators to promote VoIP in their related networks in the massively cost-efficient, scalable manner. By mixing the software with Sangoma’s T1/E1 and interfaces on regular computing servers, a fully deployed SS7 to VoIP gateway, with the versatility and feature set of software is imposed. Having the most modern model of the software, network operators receive the tools to interrelate with numerous public and private networks by introducing the software’s expanded support for SIGTRAN and Megaco/H.248 packages, included with the most modern version is coverage for H.323 VoIP protocol so that elder VoIP networks are also dynamically integrated. Nenad Corbic, VP of software engineering at Sangoma, explained, “Sangoma has continuously backed up SIP for VoIP integration into the NetBorder Gateway family, so 5.0 makes fundament for the extra signaling standards such as MEGACO and SIGTRAN, associated with the greater functionality and flexibility for providers seeking to easily deploy bigger as well as more distributed networks by means of a single gateway platform”. A roster of benefits brought up by the NetBorder SS7 Gateway includes a broad spectrum of SS7 PSTN protocols and models; open hierarchy of software applications, meaning that consumers are not attached to single hardware platforms; affordable installation, promoting open source and off-the-shelf elements; dynamic implementation with re-selling, outage resistance and redundancy.


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