The Vitelity SIP trunk services are interoperable and certified for use with CudaTel's IP PBX (News - Alert) platform.
A collaboration between Barracuda Networks and FreeSWITCH, CudaTel provides next-generation phone systems for businesses. The company specializes in delivering unique business phone systems by integrating software from the open source FreeSWITCH project.
This latest development will enable CudaTel customers to confidently use Vitelity SIP trunk services to provide high quality and reliable voice service with CudaTel systems.
"Working with Vitelity has been easy for our customers and their SIP products simply work," said Brad Pitt, general manager for CudaTel. "We look forward to many successful deployments of the CudaTel Communications Server along with Vitelity SIP, FAX and Voicemail transcription services."
Vitelity Communications (News - Alert) offers wholesale voice, fax, SMS and hosting services to customers. The company finds CudaTel's position as a business-class phone system an ideal fit with Vitelity's voice service providing a set of value-added features for CudaTel customers.
"We are very happy to complete certification with the CudaTel platform as we see it gaining a lot of momentum in the marketplace," said Kerry Garrison (News - Alert), VP of strategic services at Vitelity.
Last year, IP Phone Warehouse, a supplier of voice and video supplies and an authorized partner with Barracuda, added new VoIP PBX communications servers from Barracuda CudaTel to its business telephony solutions.
Barracuda CudaTel systems are compatible with leading SIP phones and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service providers, as they are based on standard Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP).
There is no per-user, per-phone or per-feature fees for using CudaTel systems, and businesses using CudaTel systems are free from being locked in to proprietary hardware with hidden expenses.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Ashley Caputo