Grandstream Networks, a manufacturer of IP voice and video telephony and video surveillance solutions, was recently named as the official sponsor of Elastix (News - Alert) worldwide training centers and training courses.
Elastix is one of the largest open-source software solution providers for unified communications in Latin America and its goal is to incorporate all the communication alternatives, available at an enterprise level, into a unique solution.
By enrolling into its training courses, attendees can acquire detailed knowledge of how to confidently delve deeply into their Elastix-based system, unify its communications and integrate them to actual and future functionalities.
Edgar Landivar, CEO and head of the Elastix project, stated, “The number of professionals wishing to get certified with Elastix keeps growing, and to prepare our testing centers for different scenarios from current technologies is our goal. We are pleased to incorporate Grandstream as one of the sponsors of the official Elastix Training Program, since this will benefit our trainees who shall complete lab practices using this great hardware that will prove to be an essential tool in the classroom of our testing centers.”
David Li (News - Alert), CEO at Grandstream, exclaimed, “Grandstream is honored to support the Elastix’s new training initiatives. We appreciate the opportunity to partner with Elastix as their official training sponsor as it further proves the quality and value of our VoIP solutions. We look forward to supplying Elastix Training Centers throughout the world with feature-rich, easy-to-use, and easy-to manage IP Multimedia Phones and FXO gateways.”
Grandstream reportedly designs all of its products to be fully interoperable with IP-PBXs, traditional PBXs, softswitches, SIP-based platforms and open-source based telephony platforms. The company regularly conducts interoperability testing with major IP and traditional platforms and these tests are stated to be on a case-by-case basis for select customers.
Grandstream’s line of voice, video, and video surveillance products offer advanced feature sets, simplified provisioning and management along with enhanced security protection.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey