Dedicated VoIP gateway manufacturer VegaStream has announced that it has received formal interoperability validation from BroadSoft, the provider of VoIP application software, for its family of dedicated VoIP gateways. This formal interoperability validation speeds time-to-service activation and ensures compatibility with carriers’ and enterprise customers’ system upgrades.
“Our relationship with BroadSoft is a strong example of our commitment to ensure our customers can easily integrate VegaStream technology into their network and immediately generate a positive ROI,” said Tim Burne, CEO of VegaStream. “In the inevitable march to VoIP, each service provider will make the journey at its own pace. Our goal is to provide a successful migration path that allows each customer to leverage their existing assets for as long as possible while enabling reliable and profitable VoIP services and technologies.”
VegaStream’s gateways enable carriers to deliver managed voice services to any subscriber, independent of the current network architecture used to deliver voice services. By eliminating the need to forklift a carrier’s infrastructure, or force carriers’ customers to retrofit existing equipment, VegaStream provides a compelling, simple and low-risk proposition for carriers and businesses alike to migrate to VoIP.
VegaStream’s dedicated VoIP gateways are standards-based platforms that enable carriers to deliver services to any customer, without requiring changes to their existing infrastructure. To help streamline the products introduction into carrier networks, all of VegaStream’s solutions have proven interoperability with a wide range of existing telecommunications and VoIP equipment.
“BroadSoft and VegaStream have created a solid partnership that we are leveraging with several joint customer opportunities,” said Scott Wharton, vice president of marketing for BroadSoft. “Reception to the combined solution has been consistently positive, and we view this interoperability process as part of the natural evolution of our ongoing relationship.”