Yeastar and Voiceflex today jointly announced the technology partnership with each other. After the full interoperability testing between Yeastar award-winning S-Series VoIP PBX and Cloud PBX with Voiceflex superb SIP trunks, Yeastar has built a tight ITSP partnership with Voiceflex. This is not only a simple test and certification, but a milestone of Yeastar’s partnership with the UK’s preeminent SIP technology.
The communications pattern is ushering in a major change in the UK. It’s no secret that PSTN and ISDN are coming to an end, and British Telecom wants to retire ISDN by 2025. Providing comprehensive unified communications product portfolio, Yeastar has never ceased its efforts to seek chances to cooperate with the UK’s top SIP trunk providers, in order to make the All-IP migration more easier, flexible, and affordable for UK’s SME.
Voiceflex Limited formed in 2005, was established to provide advanced IP telephony (VoIP) services for UK businesses. Voiceflex uses its own SIP technology, which is fully developed in-house, to provide low-cost ISDN replacement lines, providing the best possible call quality, inexpensively with the flexibility that comes from using the Internet.
Sharing the same ambition, Yeastar and Voiceflex built perfect interoperability with each other’s products. Their mutual and potential customers can now benefit from ITSP template embedded in Yeastar cloud-based and on-premises VoIP PBXs with default configurations. The completely compatible, simple and effective customer experience will also gain a lot of goodwill to these two companies.
“We’re thrilled to connect with Voiceflex and the cooperation could bring benefits to all parties involved – our mutual customers, Voiceflex, and Yeastar,” Alan Shen, CEO at Yeastar commented:
“We are both aiming to provide a reliable and cost-effective IP-capable portfolio to our customers in the UK. And our ITSP partnership ensures that Voiceflex top SIP technology is available to Yeastar products users and customers. With our association, I believe we can both make something valuable to the UK’s VoIP market in the future to embrace the All-IP era.”
Nathan Ronchetti, Head of Operations at Voiceflex commented: “We are pleased to connect with Yeastar. It’s easy to take for granted that IP enabled networks and devices will talk to one another, but seldom do we think about how they communicate together. Connectivity is everything and so interoperability with telephony manufacturers is of paramount importance.”
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