BT Wholesale and NEC in the UK have completed interoperability testing to certify the use of NEC’s communication servers on the BT Wholesale SIP Trunking (WSIPT) platform.
The certification confirms NEC as an approved equipment vendor for the WSIPT platform and covers the SL1100, SV8100 and SV9100 award winning communication servers.
Gemma Hutchins, Senior Product Manager at BT Wholesale commented: “We’re pleased to be working with NEC to certify the BT Wholesale SIP Trunking (WSIPT) platform with their communication solutions. This opens up a huge area of the market to our resellers as NEC are one of the major communication vendors in the UK.”
Andrew Cooper (pictured), Sales Director at NEC added: “This is a great step for existing and potential NEC resellers in the UK and will further help cement NEC as SMB comms Global no.1.”
WSIPT is built on BT’s strategic ISDN replacement platform within the heart of the BT 21CN core network and has the capacity to handle anything from 1 to 10,000 SIP channels. This allows resellers to provision simple ISDN2 replacement services right up to complex multi-site contact centre deployments with high throughput requirements, all ordered from a simple, easy to use reseller portal.
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