Tadiran Telecom, a provider of enterprise communications solutions, has selected Ingate Systems’ (News - Alert) Ingate SIParator enterprise session border controller (E-SBC). The Ingate SIParator E-SBC is delivered either as a software system or as hardware solution platform, both fully certified to work with Tadiran’s (News - Alert) software-based Aeonix Unified Communications & Collaboration (UC&C) solution.
To meet enterprise needs from home office to large enterprise and have been cited by users and media for ease of us/ Ingate Firewalls and SIParators are Enterprise Session Border Controllers (E-SBCs) compatible with all existing networks and comes with a standard SIP proxy and a SIP registrar.
"We are pleased to add Ingate's solution to our growing product portfolio," said Eldad Barak, Tadiran Telecom president and CEO. "Aeonix customers will greatly benefit from Ingate’s advanced integration technology."
Ingate Systems develops firewall technology to enable global SIP- and WebRTC-based person-to-person communication to provide the best access for telephony, global real-time and unified communication for everyone.
Aeonix is a Linux-based solution that consolidates disparate business applications into a single powerful platform. It is delivered on a fault tolerant and open architecture, with intuitive management tools. Aeonix can be installed in a private cloud environment or as an on premise solution.
Ingate SIParators makes Aeonix installation fast and easy. It employs Internet security features to protect the Aeonix installation, while also enabling remote NAT traversal.
“Working with industry leaders such as Tadiran further extends Ingate’s global reach,” said Steven Johnson (News - Alert), president of Ingate Systems. “We are proud they have selected Ingate.”
The SIParator allows integration between Aeonix UC&C and remote users with SIP telephones with SIP trunk service providers, resulting in fast, simplified deployments. The Ingate E-SBC easily configures to work with the Aeonix and SIP trunk service providers.
Edited by Alisen Downey