Sangoma’s roots are in open source. We’ve contributed to, supported and embraced numerous projects since our inception in 1984. For over a decade, Sangoma has been providing the highest quality telephony interface cards for connecting Asterisk ® and FreeSWITCH® to the PSTN. Telephony interface cards and VoIP gateways from Sangoma are the ideal connectivity enablers for open source telephony and open source data networking platforms and applications.
Sangoma entered the telephony market specifically to provide PSTN interface hardware for the open source market. Our products were designed from the ground up to provide the best possible voice quality, performance and reliability for the many open source telephony projects that we support. Our dedication to engineering excellence allowed us to offer the first lifetime warranty on many of our products.
Many of the top application partners, OEMs and service providers all have learned the benefits of partnering with Sangoma. Click here learn to more about our PSTN interface cards and gateways, as well as our newest media and signaling products for advanced applications.
|www.asterisk.org||Open Source PBX software (Linux)|
|Elastix||Open Source PBX software (Linux)|
|www.freeswitch.org||Open Source soft-switch software (Linux)|
|www.trixbox.org||Open Source PBX software (Linux)|
|www.vicidial.com||Open Source Call Center|
|www.vyatta.com||Open Source Router (Linux)|
|yate.null.ro||Open Source telephony platform (Windows and Linux)|
Telephony Interface Boards
The Sangoma A56 Data Board is the alternative to an external router when using a 56kbps Digital Data System Line connection. This card replaces the Sangoma S5145.
Customer: Voice Telecom
Partner: United Networks (UNL)
Featured Sangoma Product(s): Vega Gateways
Interactive Intelligence leverages Sangoma telephony hardware and the Wanpipe TDM API to build its next generation VoIP gateway
Interactive Intelligence, a global provider of unified business communications solutions, has selected Sangoma’s A10x digital series of T1/EI interface cards to provide PSTN connectivity for its recently released Interaction Edge product. Sangoma’s digital telephony cards enable PSTNconnectivity to Interaction Edge Interaction Edge is a multipurpose appliance that combines a powerful IP gateway, media server and SIP proxy into a [...]
One of the main cost savings associated with the installation of an IP-PBX and SIP Trunks is that certain functions can be consolidated at a centralized IP-PBX installation. Services such as Voice Message Storage, Directory Services, International Call Routing and Endpoint Administration can all be handled at a central location, reducing the need for additional [...]
Sixteen spans of T1, E1 or J1 available with carrier-grade hardware echo cancellation.
T3 Mux M13 Multiplexer Sangoma’s M13 multiplexer re-arranges DS3 framing signal into 28 T1 framing Cost-effective DS3 bandwidth consolidation M13 and C-bit signaling support External DS3 clock option Simple configuration via ethernet or RS232 B8ZS and AMI DS1 signaling support Industry standard CSU and NIU loopback codes
Remote Call Center Agents Fast and Cost-effective Deployment of Contact Center Agents at Remote Locations Seamless and instantaneous extension of the IP Contact Center to any agent, anywhere without having to deploy IP phones and QoS networks to the edge Native TDM or IP interface NetBorder has its own cost effective gateway capability or can work with 3rd party [...]
The NetBorder SS7 VoIP gateway appliance connects calls between PSTN and VoIP networks. It is a cost-effective turnkey solution, offering from 4 to 256 T1/E1 lines at a single point code and powerful transcoding capabilities. Up to 8 T1/E1 lines are available in a 1U box, and up to 32 lines in a 2U box.
Category: Contact Center
Customer: Motilal Oswal Securities Limited (MOSL)
Featured Sangoma Product(s): A108
Even though Sangoma Boards have been optimized for use with open source telephony platforms like Asterisk® and FreeSWITCH®, they have also been integrated into many communications projects that do not use one of these platforms. This type of integration is achieved through the use of APIs and SDKs that are designed to access programmatically using [...]