Network Equipment Technologies Inc. (NET (News - Alert)), a company with high-tech IP telephony, SIP Trunking services and secure voice traffic handling solutions for enterprise and government customers, has revealed two of its voice products at Enterprise Connect (News - Alert) 2012 (from March 26-28 in Orlando, FL).
At the event, NET showcased both of their new suite high-performance networking platforms: the UX Series and VX Series. Those unable to attend Enterprise Connect 2012 and still want to know what NET spoke about at the event can find information on the Web site at http://www.net.com.
The UX Series and VX Series platforms were presented in detail and so were the NET’s benefits of living with Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync Server 2010. The ways UX allows deployment flexibility for different size locations and how NET VX provides intelligent trunk routing if network connectivity were to fail, were also topics of discussion.
The Unified Exchange 2000 Series (UX2000) and UX1000 Series are multi-functional Microsoft Lync 2010 qualified platforms. They are certified products that deploy Microsoft unified communication (UC) solutions for voice-gateway services. This multi-function platform eliminates the need to use a router, PSTN gateway, Session Border Controller (SBC) and application server. In contrast, the Voice Exchange (VX) Series is NET’s first fully-integrated voice exchange solution for unified messaging and unified communications. This platform is for Voice over IP (VoIP) communication and offer voice and call routing solutions for any size business.
Businesses can enjoy the benefit of using NET’s UX Series for its Multi-Service Business Gateway (MSBG) Application Solutions Module (ASM (News - Alert)) for hosting third party applications. Its Web-based user interface simplifies remote management capability and its platforms support IP and time-division multiplexing (TDM) networks; they can transition from IP-to-TDM, IP-to-IP, or TDM-to-TDM.
Companies seeking the functionality of a media gateway, instead, can benefit from one of NET’s VX Series platforms: The VX900, for example, reduces and consolidates a Telephony/PBX (News - Alert) infrastructure, while the VX1200 can reduce cellular service costs and provide a lower cost solution for enterprise VoIP. There are three other options in the VX Series, all of which offer their own voice and call routing features.
At Enterprise Connect, one can always find the top providers that have already or will be transforming businesses communications. NET is one of them, improving the delivery of voice communication, intelligent call routing and next-generation VoIP. Both of NET’s multi-service network platforms for enterprise enablement are recognized as having made that next step forward for customers.
Edited by Braden Becker