Aculab is a provider of enabling technology for the global communications market and a company that offers VoIP developers the hardware and software they need for high performance, wired and wireless communications solutions.
The company's ApplianX IP Gateway (News - Alert), a product range for SMBs and enterprises that helps them migrate to VoIP easily and cost effectively, has won an ITEXPO EAST 2009 “Best of Show" award.
Aculab (News - Alert) was a Diamond sponsor of the INTERENT TELEPHONY Conference & Expo that happened in Miami just last week.
A Best of Show Award from ITEXPO (News - Alert) is presented for innovative products and solutions that were featured in the Exhibit Hall during the event. This recognition identifies the ApplianX IP Gateway as being the best large enterprise solution at the show.
In addition to being a solution that makes it easy and affordable to switch to VoIP, Aculab also offers a number of supplementary services that help customers move to VoIP at a pace that suits them and that protects their investments in any legacy equipment.
While at the show, Aculab announced number of new feature enhancements to its ApplianX IP Gateway which were added based on customer feedback and demand and will allow for greater supplementary service support for SIP, DPNSS and Q.SIG.
Specifically, the company said ApplianX IP Gateway will support Diversion, Transfer, Message Waiting Indicator and Route Optimization.
“Outstanding companies like Aculab with their award winning solutions, help to validate ITEXPO's status as the leading forum in the communications industry,” said TMC President and Conference Chairman, Rich Tehrani (News - Alert).
“Service providers, enterprise buyers, developers, and resellers come to ITEXPO, because they know they'll find solutions, from innovative companies like Aculab that can help their businesses today.”
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Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Stefania’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi