Broadcore’s SIP trunking services reportedly have been certified with Toshiba’s Strata CIX IP business communication systems and are now available from authorized Toshiba (News - Alert) dealers.
The emergence of low-cost broadband and VoIP backbones is making SIP-based VoIP trunking a standard for interconnecting a premises-based PBX (News - Alert) to the public telephone network, said Shahin Hatamian, vice president of product management for telecommunication systems division at Toshiba America Information Systems.
He said that the company is committed to offering authorized dealers and enterprise customers the choice of many Toshiba-certified SIP Trunking solutions.
“The Broadcore (News - Alert) SIP Trunking service provides trunk lines to customers with premises-based PBX phone systems,” said David Hajian, chief financial officer at Broadcore. With the service, he said, customers can connect branch locations and/or remote users on the Broadcore service to the existing premises-based PBX users.
For said Eric Abing, product manager for telecommunication systems division at Toshiba America Information Systems, the Broadcore Business SIP Trunking solution delivers low-cost SIP ‘trunks’ while leveraging the inherent advantages of Toshiba Strata CIX VoIP business communication systems.
Here’s how Broadcore diagrams its technology:
In comparison to traditional analog lines or primary rate ISDN interfaces, the SIP trunking offers the enterprises many advantages, said Medy Shahoveissi, vice president of marketing and business development at Broadcore.
SIP trunking benefits include efficient bandwidth usage for voice and data applications; advanced disaster recovery features; no geographical number restrictions. Also, SIP trunking eliminates TDM to VoIP gateways at the customer premises, and connects other branches and telecommuters to the main phone system.
Broadcore is a provider of hosted VoIP PBX and managed business communications services. Company offers hosted PBX phone system services, voice/data T1s, SIP Trunking, broadband Internet, local numbers, free local and nationwide long-distance services, free multiparty conferencing services and virtual office capabilities.
Last year, as TMCnet reported, Broadcore and HIPCOM formed a partnership that involves offering business communications services in the United States and in England.
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Edited by Michael Dinan