Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has changed telecommunications by providing more options and flexibility for the way consumers and organizations communicate. With IP communications, more services can be accessed without the traditional hardware of on premises systems, which is in great part responsible for the growth of VoIP adoption around the world. According to Persistence Market Research, the global VoIP services market is set to reach to $194.5 billion by 2024, which is increasing demand for the hardware. A new U.S. distribution partnership with Alloy Computer Products will expand the product line from Yeastar (News - Alert), including its full range of phones and VoIP gateways.
Alloy is the American subsidiary of an Australian manufacturer and distributor of networking and communications equipment. The American branch specializes in enterprise networking and IP communications, supplying its customers in the U.S. and North American market. The company represents vendors from around the world that produce IP communication equipment and solutions.
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Alloy for the distribution of our exciting VoIP PBX (News - Alert) and VoIP Gateways range. We are set to increase our presence in the United States market during 2017,” said Alan Shen, CEO of Yeastar.
The VoIP gateways from Yeastar address a wide range of deployments. This includes connecting to VoIP services, keeping legacy systems with analog extensions for IP PBX and hotel PBX, connecting SIP Trunks to PBX, mobile connectivity, SMS service and more.
Scott Young (News - Alert), Product Development Manager, Alloy, said, “We are always looking at expanding our product range to give our resellers a complete solution for all of their networking and communication requirements. The Yeastar product range complements our existing product catalog and we are excited to grow the U.S. business for both Alloy and Yeastar. As with all our vendor partners, Alloy will match the excellent Yeastar product range with comprehensive sales and support services through the whole of the sales cycle.”
The Yeastar TA family line of VoIP gateways are high density FXS solutions that connect 16, 24 or 32 existing analog guest phones to the VoIP network. It gives hotels with legacy systems the ability to deploy IP communications, including high quality voice, MWI (Message Waiting Indicator) support, and compatibility with analog hotel phones from Interquartz, Cetis, vTech, Bittel, and many others.
This gateway eliminates the need to remove existing analog lines, which can be impossible in many cases because of the cost associated with upgrading the system. The TA FXS VoIP gateways can be deployed economically, while delivering enterprise grade features. This includes full compliance with SIP and IAX2, flexible calling rules, automatic provisioning, customer premises gateway for SIP Trunking, access device for enterprise converged communications, and remote access device for call centers and dispatching systems.
Edited by Alicia Young