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SIP Trunking Compliance between Broadvox and Avaya products


SIP Trunking Compliance between Broadvox and Avaya products
Company Broadvox, being the VoIP and particularly SIP industry pioneer since 2001 announced that its ‘’Broadvox GO!’’ SIP Trunking solution has executed successful compliance testing in frames of Avaya's DevConnect Program.
This reached compliance level and setting assures users that they can utilize very cost- effective PSTN communications, migrating step-by step from TDM or by means of a full switch to VoIP with ‘’Broadvox GO!’’ SIP Trunking and the Avaya AuraTM Communication Manager 6.0 and Avaya AuraTM Session Border Controller (SBC) 6.0.

The unification of Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking with the Avaya Aura Communication Manager 6.0 and Avaya Aura Session Border Controller 6.0 makes the customers to implement one of the most efficient and energy saving telecommunications solutions available on the market. Moreover, very considerable monetary savings (up to 70%) on telecommunications are reached without compromising the functionality. Network security is maintained as all calls are conducted over a versatile, expertly built private IP network.

"Compliance with the Avaya Aura Communication Manager and Avaya Aura Session Border Controller strengthens our already strong relationship with Avaya and allows Broadvox to take the next step into becoming a more viable option for large businesses and enterprises," stated Andre Temnorod, Chairman and CEO. "Broadvox has already been successfully installed to service Avaya IP Office installations. Subsequently, the integration with Avaya Aura Communication Manager and Avaya Aura Session Border Controller will enable large enterprises to enjoy the same cost savings, reliability and voice quality."

Broadvox SIP Trunking provides the option to the customers to place and receive PSTN calls through the broadband WAN connection and the SIP protocol. This merged network solution is an alternative to classical PSTN trunks, such as ISDN- PRI. This enables enterprises to integrate Call Processing, Unified Communications, Messaging, Presence and Mobility in an integrated platform.


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