Being touted as a one-stop VoIP
provider, it only made sense for GlobalTouch Telecom (News
) to have a “one box” signaling solution for its network.
The VoIP platform provider tapped Cantata Technology (News
) and has successfully deployed the media gateway
company’s IMG 1010 Integrated Media and Signaling Gateway (News
) in its worldwide network.
Cantata Technology’s IMG 1010 is an integrated media and signaling gateway that provides any-to-any voice network connectivity, enabling delivery of SIP
services into legacy SS7/PRI networks, as well as IP to IP transcoding for IP network peering applications. For GlobalTouch Telecom, this means an easy solution that can connect its VoIP network to a PSTN
As a company that provides organizations with the necessaries to operate in a VoIP environment, GlobalTouch Telecom was in need of a high-density, scalable solution and with Cantata’s IMG 1010, the implementation is simplified and costs are greatly reduced.
With its compact, high-density, 1U package, integrated SS7
termination, software licensing for in-service capacity expansion, and GUI-based element management system, the IMG 1010 is a carrier-grade VoIP gateway and transcoder that enables service providers to quickly add new IP-based services while providing a clear migration path to an all VoIP network.
"GlobalTouch's selection of Cantata's IMG 1010 is reflective of the product's growing influence and strong demand among the global communications service provider community," said Marc Zionts, chief executive officer, Cantata Technology, Inc. "In little more than a year of commercial availability, the IMG 1010 has already been deployed by more than 55 carriers in 20 countries spanning five continents.
For GlobalTouch Telecom, the choice was easy.
"We pride ourselves on delivering a comprehensive ASP VoIP Solution that enables Carriers, CLECs, Resellers, ISPs and Cable providers to launch a private-labeled VoIP business in less than 60 days. The IMG 1010 enables us to guarantee that customers receive the ultimate in quality-of-service," Gregory O. Welch, chief executive officer, GlobalTouch Telecom.