Toshiba (News - Alert) Telecommunication Systems Division and 123Net, Inc. have announced an interoperability certification of 123Net’s SIP trunking solution with the IPedge and Strata CIX Toshiba’s IP business communication systems. The solution will be available at Toshiba’s Authorized Dealers in Michigan.
“Certification of Toshiba’s IPedge and Strata CIX with 123Net SIP provide enterprises the interoperability of a feature-rich telephone system with a high-quality SIP trunking service,” said Mark Carpenter, VP of Product Management for Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.
He said that the solution is cost effective, easy to deploy and manage as part of an enterprise telephony system.
The Network Operations Manager for 123Net, Inc. said the certification allows Authorized Toshiba Dealers to “make a confident choice in 123Net as their SIP provider while giving them a comprehensive SIP trunking solution that is easy to deploy with a plug-and-play experience.” The interoperability certification also means that 123Net’s SIP trunking now offers seamless delivery for clients.
Toshiba’s IPedge IP telephone system leverages a single Linux server within or across a network while offering multiple unified communication applications. The telephone system includes feature-rich telephone endpoints, native SIP trunk support, Web conference collaboration, call processing and voice mail messaging.
It is compatible with future endpoint devices and applications, yielding a cost-effective solution. Its enterprise browser-based system and personal administration interface allows for a centralized system of management and the ability for individual users to program personal telephones.
The 123Net SIP solution offers dynamic voice trunks allocation that helps avoid bandwidth wastage during low call volumes. It also offers high quality of service since it exclusively uses data connections.
SIP trunks can also be delivered over varying mediums including fiber, standard T1, Ethernet over copper, WiMax 4G and microwave point-to-point. This eliminates the need to have additional traditional voice facilities while still offering quality voice on high-bandwidth data solutions.
Edited by Braden Becker