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Gamma In Pole Position

Gamma is proud to announce that it has exceeded the 200,000 mark with its live supported SIP channels in the UK, reinforcing its position as the UK’s leading provider* of SIP trunking.

Compared to ISDN, SIP trunking is cheaper on a per-channel basis, is quicker to install and can provide much more in terms of flexibility. Many organisations are now recognising the unique benefits SIP brings and are upgrading from ISDN to SIP and Gamma has been placing channel partners at the forefront of delivering robust and flexible SIP solutions to the UK business market. As one of the UK’s largest network carriers of fixed-line voice minutes, Gamma now switches over half its voice traffic in IP minutes.

Alan Mackie, Product Director at Gamma says: “We’re delighted to have reached 200,000 SIP channels and we believe that this truly reinforces our position as the UK’s leading SIP trunking provider. Our ongoing focus and investment in innovation means that we can ensure our voice solutions continue to evolve in line with ever-changing business needs and advances in telephony, which is great for our channel partners and their customers”.

Gamma SIP Trunks come with many features as standard including: number flexibility, free calls to 01, 02 and 03 numbers, self-provisioning and management, Microsoft Lync 2013 compatibility, business continuity support and fraud-protection.

David Siegel at HighNet comments: “Gamma won the contract to act as our SIP trunking partner back in 2007. It was clear from day one that they are ahead of the SIP game; a reputation that is underpinned by how robust and resilient their IP telephony solutions have proven to be. Seven years into the relationship and we’re still impressed with how easy they are to work with, their consultative and pro-active approach to helping us nurture opportunities and the fantastic level of ongoing support they invest in our partnership”.

*illume SIP & IP Trunking Market Report & Forecast July 2013

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine