The VoIP Gateways from Hypermedia are designed for interconnecting a wide selection of interfaces and signaling protocols, including ISDN BRI and E1/T1 PRI, to the IP networks; supporting SIP & H.323 for capitalizing on low VoIP call rates and maximizing cost-savings. Get More Info
The VoIP Gateways are ideal for carrier (NGN) and enterprise market.
Scalable VoIP PRI Gateways ranging from 16 or 32 VoIP ports developed to enable direct connection of VoIP traffic to the PSTN/ fixed line ISDN for extending communications and reducing call charges.
VoIP BRI Gateways that come configured with 4 x ISDN BRI ports and with 8 VoIP channels, which have been designed to enable BRI trunking for IP-based systems and VoIP access for legacy phone systems with BRI interfaces.
Modular GSM VoIP Gateways for IP-PBXs with 4 up to 72 GSM ports that use standard SIP and H-323 protocol for connecting VoIP PBX telephone systems directly to the GSM cellular networks in order to take advantage of low cost calls to and between GSM mobile phones.
- Additional revenue stream
- Flexible and scalable telephony solutions
- Value-added products and services
- Retaining one’s existing customer base
- Increasing customer satisfaction
- Full PBX compatibility – Avaya, Mitel, NEC, Nortel, Siemens, Asterisk & more Reliable and proven technology
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- One point of contact for customer service
- Call cost-saving solutions
- Direct connectivity to VoIP (SIP / H323)
- No infrastructure changes Fast ROI
- Scalable solution Extended Mobile PBX accessibility
- Increased organizational availability, productivity and efficiency
- Enterprise control over phone numbers and calling policies
- New connectivity options to long distance & international call providers
- Remote office and multi-site location connectivity to the PBX
- No voice call toll charges between geographic locations
- Intelligent Call Routing features
- Silence Suppression for reduced bandwidth consumption
- Optional - Direct connectivity to the GSM mobile/cellular networks
- PSTN fallback