Sangoma extends GSM mobile connectivity to IP-PBX Market

 

 By Telecom Lead Team:Sangoma
Technologies, a provider of hardware and software components, announced the
release of its W400 GSM Board.

 

The W400
provides mobile network VoIP and SMS gateway connectivity for Asterisk-based
IP-PBX systems. The company will be expanding support for other open source and
proprietary IP-PBX platforms in the coming months.

 

The W400
provides a cost-effective solution that provides the hardware connectivity from
an IP-PBX to the wireless network, and also works in concert with IP-PBX
intelligent routing capabilities to minimize calling and messaging costs by
selecting the least expensive routing path.

 

“The
ability to select a mobile or fixed-line for outbound and inbound calling can
translate into significant cost savings for any business, and the addition of
SMS gateway capabilities delivers additional communication options without the
cost for additional hardware interfaces. Whether deployed by the enterprise, or
by a mobile service provider, the resulting operational savings can have a
substantial impact on the bottom-line,” said Julien Nephtali, field application
engineer at Sangoma.

 

Employing
Sangoma’s highly reliable GSM technology, the W400 GSM Board supports Quad-Band
EGSM frequencies for worldwide compatibility with wireless carrier networks.

The W400 is a
PCI Express (PCIe) compliant board that works with Asterisk DAHDI drivers and
has integrated Asterisk Manager Interface support to facilitate integration in
open source IP-PBX solutions.

 

The unique
design of the W400 board provides front access to the wireless SIMs enabling
maintenance personnel to change SIM cards without the need to open the server.

 

Few months
back,
Sangoma Technologies announced the launch of its T3Mux.

 

The T3Mux
connects to a DS3 via a coaxial BNC connection from a Telco provider and grooms
the signal to individual T1 circuits via 14 RJ-45 connectors with each
connector carrying two circuits. This is directly compatible with the full line
of Sangoma digital interface boards, including the A101, A102, A104 and A108.

 

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