Leeds based pbxnsip, a supplier of SIP-based IP PBX software for Microsoft Windows, MAC and Linux environments, has announced interoperability success with VoIP gateway vendor VegaStream’s ‘survivability software’.
To aid channel partners and customers in an ever changing environment, pbxnsip and VegaStream today unveil their latest partner offering of a 30% discount plus free survivability software on VegaStream VoIP gateways to channel partners who join the pbxnsip reseller programme, through this offer.
To further compliment this, upon taking up the offer, resellers will receive a free call recording software upgrade when purchasing their pbxnsip IP PBX licence.
VegaStream have long been established as the premier gateway in the market and the addition of survivability software removes any possible objections by end users concerned about using VOIP services.
The PBX vendor says that among the numerous benefits of their pbxnsip IP PBX, those of particular note include the wealth of features and high degree of scalability and reliability. As well as a cost that is significantly lower than that of traditional PBXs, greater ease of use and installation than for traditional proprietary systems. The ability to use existing network infrastructures by utilising the VegaStream gateways interoperability makes it easy to integrate an organisation’s existing network and applications.
They add that another essential aspect for businesses, which is fully implemented in pbxnsip and VegaStream, is security. ‘Indeed, this solution meets the highest security standards and ensures full communication protection. On top of this the free survivability software from VegaStream makes this solution offer the highest degree of resilience and backup available on the market. Features such as local routing upon connectivity failure and geographic location recognition makes the VegaStream and pbxnsip solution a must for business continuity in the VoIP arena’.
“We are once again very happy to release another advancement in our partnership with VegaStream,” said Jonathan Greenwood, CEO at pbxnsip Europe Ltd. “VegaStream and pbxnsip have a long standing partnership and have many new and innovative technology enhancements to bring to businesses needing reliable, stable and robust communications platforms. 2008 has been a great year for pbxnsip and VegaStream and the development goes on, Q1 2009 will be very interesting for both companies,” he added.
“I was delighted that interoperability testing went so well” said Steve Davis, EVP Sales & Marketing. “the seamless switchover between SIP trunks and the PSTN was effortless. In the situation of a broadband outage an end user would not realise that his calls had been automatically switched to the PSTN. When the broadband link is re-instated then calls are routed back over SIP trunks.”