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.
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.
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