MERA Systems has announced that its multi-faceted VoIP product, MERA VoIP Transit Softswitch II, and D-Link International’s VoIP Gateways product line now are interoperable.
The company says that the results of its interoperability test fleshed out parameters such as registration for secure identification, scrutinizing hardware information and software compliance, and Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency signal interaction to investigate tone behavior within a specified frequency and call information as per the Internet Engineering Task Force’s Request For Comments guideline number 2833.
“We are pleased that together with D-Link (News - Alert) we are able to develop MERA Compatibility Program providing fully integrated solutions for VoIP carriers,” said Konstantin Nikashov, chief executive officer of MERA. “D-Link’s unique products quality and stability combined with an easy integration process, has confirmed our choice of partner. We believe the interoperability achieved between D-Link VoIP Gateways and MERA soft switch will ensure implementation of new services for the benefit of telecomm operators.”
The test also ratified the International Telecommunication Union mandatory requirements of real-time fax transmission via VoIP technologies specified in ITU T.38 that allows digital packet transmission and optimization, as well as analog faxes to be converted to packets when received in a digital network and vice versa.
MVTS II, as reported by TMCnet, is a soft switch with fully distributed modular architecture and highly intelligent traffic handling options that is designed to increase the efficiency of VoIP traffic management on large scale networks and includes new mechanisms of Database replication and management node redundancy.
“Our well-known VoIP router DVX-7090 was developed in close cooperation with MERA Systems’ (News - Alert) team and we were impressed with MERA Systems expertise combined with personal responsibility,” said Vladimir Lipping, Head of Representative Office, D-Link. “We are always glad to enhance our business relationship and look forward to further alliances with them in the future.”
Technological interoperability and collaborative efforts, reported TMCnet, were two of the important Consumer Electronics Show 2009’s top seven guidelines that were conceived, proposed and accepted as mantras to assist companies and countries out of the recession.
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Edited by Michael Dinan