Founded in 1984 as Sangoma Technologies, the company quickly earned a reputation for leadership with its robust data communications products based on the PC platform.
Sangoma’s data networking solutions and data communication products are still providing connectivity in the world’s most critical networks. They are ideally suited for any WAN connectivity need, from the support of legacy devices through protocol conversion, to the latest high-speed Internet routing solutions.
Sangoma’s flexibility and commitment to provide outstanding service and support has enabled it to build strong and long-lasting relationships with major Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Value Added Resellers, system integrators, telecommunications companies and software developers worldwide.
Applications such as air traffic control, lotto terminals, and even a stock exchange have all been built using Sangoma Data Networking Solutions and Data Boards.
Unique Benefits of Sangoma interface cards and gateways for Data Applications
- Wide range of new and legacy protocol support
- Proven, solid design. Unmatched expertise since 1984
- Multi-application support
- Compact form factor with 2U height fits in all major server or computer types
- Worldwide distribution, support and certifications
- Lifetime warranty on all hardware
Data Interface Boards
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