There's a lot of value in voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) gateway systems, thanks to the ability these systems have to make putting VoIP systems to work easier in a current office setup. Recently, beroNet planned a webinar designed to call attention to the value VoIP gateway systems can offer, and for those who are looking for a great way to get more out of a communications system and still potentially save money in the process, this is the opportunity to not pass up.
The beroNet webinar, set to run April 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. EST, will focus on several key points in that hour, including an introduction to beroNet, as well as a rundown of its new Modular Gateway (News - Alert) system, both in terms of why it was built and what it has to offer its potential users. There's even a section on how to be a part of the Modular Gateway's new open beta, allowing users to experience firsthand just what this system can do. Those who want to get the most out of current VoIP operations need only follow this link to sign up for the webinar.
This is a topic that could use more coverage, as the beroNet Modular Gateway comes in three base models. There's the BNGW-M, which offers two module slots and one network interface controller (NIC (News - Alert)), as well as support for 16 channels. Those looking to step up a bit can go to the BNGW-L, which offers three module slots and two NICs, along with 64 channels of support. Finally, for the biggest users, there's the BNGW-XL, which has all the same features as the BNGW-L, but doubles the channel support for 128 channels total. With the beroNet Modular Gateway, users get access to the best in security and flexibility, as users are able to put a lot into the overall design process. Several key modules can be changed as needed, which provides a note of future-proofing.
While the webinar itself will likely demonstrate a lot of added value for the user base, the VoIP gateway itself is what really adds value to current operations. Many organizations have already seen the benefit of adding VoIP services to operations; we're talking about a system that often allows more long distance and international calling, along with high-end services like hunt groups, for less money than standard phone service. So finding out about ways to make an already good system like VoIP better is well worth the discussion.
So whether considering VoIP, or already having it in place, the beroNet webinar should offer a lot of insight—and thus value—into the science of VoIP gateways, VoIP operations, and what these things can mean for your company.
Edited by Alicia Young