It was a busy week in the VoIP Routers sector. Here are some of the major stories.
Patton Electronics recently took part in several trade shows in the United States and in India. For example, the BODi rS line of Bandwidth (News - Alert)-On-Demand Internet bonding routers were showcased with partner Data Connect Enterprise (DCE), a distributor and manufacturer of IT connectivity solutions and the parent company of several U.S. based distribution and VAD channels, at the annual DistribuTECH show in San Antonio,TX.
In addition, small- to medium-sized businesses and home offices are drawn to FAXAGE because of its pricing, features and performance. The company saw 8 million minutes of online faxing in January 2014. Each of its Internet fax accounts, regardless of the pricing plan, have access to all of the fax interfaces: email fax, Web fax and API fax.
Another report conveyed how wireless broadband solutions provider Cambium Networks recently unveiled a new analog telephone adaptor (ATA) called: C3 (News - Alert) VoIP-150. It helps users to connect analog telephones to a digital Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone system. This new adaptor is well-suited for service providers, telephone operators and enterprises using ePMP and PMP 450.
And Blue Steel is the name of a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and public switched telephone network (PSTN) telephony system that’s being introduced by Xorcom. Blue Steel is based out of the Asterisk (News - Alert) open source platform, which gives users the benefits of VoIP, as well as traditional telephony capabilities.