SIP Dial Tone & Multi-Dwelling Units
Older Hotels, College Campuses and other Multi-Dwelling installations have a huge investment in their structured wiring plans and existing Legacy Telephones. Replacing the wiring and every handset in a facility may not be a financial option, even when a core infrastructure upgrade to an IP-PBX would deliver an outstanding ROI.
The Sangoma Vega 5000 Gateway can be configured to allow Legacy Telephones to appear as IP Endpoints to an IP-PBX or Hosted IP-PBX Provider. This allows property owners to achieve the ROI of upgrading the core of their communications system to VoIP, without upgrading the legacy endpoints connected to the system or the structured wiring plan that connects these endpoint to the communications closet of each unit.
Vega Gateways Series
Easily connect analog telephony equipment to IP networks with the all new Vega 3000G media gateway. 24 FXS ports Voice, fax and modem support Flexible call routing for fallback and least cost routing SIP support Large scale deployment configuration tools Interoperability with a wide range of legacy and IP equipment USB 2.0 for extra storage […]
Vega 5000 analog gateways are available with 50 FXS ports (for connection to standard analog telephones) & 2 FXO ports (for connection to PSTN telephone lines or a PBX).
The Vega 400G VoIP Gateway is a flexible, field upgradable multi-span digital gateway that can be deployed in single, dual or quad span configurations. It is the most resilient flexible digital gateway in its price class. Lync 2013 Qualified and Tested.
The Vega 200G VoIP Gateway is the most fault-tolerant dual-span digital gateway in its class. Lync 2013 Qualified and Tested.
The Vega 100G VoIP Gateway is the most resilient single-span digital gateway in its class. Lync 2013 Qualified and Tested.
The Vega 50 media gateway supports both Analog and BRI implementations. In the analog configuration it supports both FXS and FXO ports. In BRI mode channels can be independently configured for connection to the PSTN or to a PBX.
Service Provider Solutions
Color Ring Back Tone provides an additional service which carriers can charge for. By integrating Sangoma NetBorder SS7 software, Sangoma telephony cards, a server and open source software such as Asterisk® or FreeSWITCH®, a very cost-effective method for delivering this service can be realized.
A carrier can provide a low-cost long distance alternative using NetBorder SS7 gateways.
Mobile Value Added Services is one of the hottest market segments in telephony today. In India, the market is expected to reach $11 Billion USD by 2015. The world market is projected to reach $360 Billion USD in that same time period. However, the hardware and licenses necessary to create Mobile Value Added Services Application […]
SIP Trunking – Carrier Carriers offering SIP trunking services must provide a secure environment that their customers can trust, especially when these services are delivered over the internet. Carriers also aim to reduce or eliminate interoperability difficulties between their equipment and that of their clients. The security of a VoIP network can be breached at […]
SIP Dial Tone & Multi-Dwelling Units Older Hotels, College Campuses and other Multi-Dwelling installations have a huge investment in their structured wiring plans and existing Legacy Telephones. Replacing the wiring and every handset in a facility may not be a financial option, even when a core infrastructure upgrade to an IP-PBX would deliver an outstanding […]