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April 03, 2009

Broadvox SIP Trunking Interoperable with IVR Technologies Talking SIP

By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor


Broadvox has announced successful interoperability with IVR Technologies’ Talking SIP (News - Alert) platform. The company completed extensive and rigorous testing of the technology to ensure full interoperability, helping to better position both companies for further reach into the market.


IVR Technologies (News - Alert) offers a software platform that is made up of five elements, including application, media, real-time billing, location/registration and Class 5 services. The company then bundles these elements into a tightly integrated server for SIP-based communications.

To ensure the delivery of a robust and feature rich IP communications system, Broadvox (News - Alert) SIP Trunking integrates easily with Talking SIP, which is used with Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking. The two companies work together to deliver an affordable IP communications solution for small and medium sized businesses, taking advantage of the growing opportunities in the SMB segment.

Both companies offer products that are designed to be scalable and to retain their value far into the future. Changes and customization are possible at any time without call interruptions when customers deploy Broadvox SIP Trunking and Talking SIP.

With Talking SIP, companies can scale their capacity from 30 sessions to more than 9,600 sessions in a just-in-time fashion. It also offers advances for next generation SIP-based networks and communicates with softswitches, gateways, IADs and IP-enabled phones.

“IVR Technologies is completely focused around the SIP protocol and has delivered feature rich and competitively priced products to the VoIP marketplace,” said Pete Sandrev, VP of Customer Experience at Broadvox.

“Like Broadvox, IVR Technologies recognizes that customers, partners and VARs who place their trust in the products form the foundation of the organization and the IVR Technologies team is committed to being proactive, supportive and responsive to customer requirements.”

“For us, the decision to partner with Broadvox was not only about cost,” added Barry Sher (News - Alert), VP Business Development at IVR Technologies, in the Thursday statement. “It was also about providing best in class SIP trunking to our customers as well as partnering with a support organization that sets the standard for ITSP providers.”

“Broadvox products deliver QoS that the most discriminating customers expect and they integrate well with our Talking SIP™ platform because they are easily installed and customized to fit our customers’ needs,” said Sher.  

Broadvox and IVR Technologies both operate as niche providers fulfilling a specific need in the marketplace. By building on each other’s strengths to deliver a solution that is designed to appeal to a large segment of the market, both companies can extend their reach and capitalize on the growing opportunities within the industry.

Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi


 
 
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