VoIP provider Broadvox has announced SIP trunking interoperability with two IP PBX manufacturers, Grandstream Networks and Epygi Technologies Ltd.
That gives Broadvox VARs more options for providing Broadvox Go! SIP trunking to SMBs and enterprises along with the IP PBX, for an end-to-end solution.
The Epygi feature-rich hybrid IP PBX systems and gateways provide customers with options that optimize their communications infrastructure and investment.
Meanwhile, Grandstreams product, the GXE502x series PBX, enables a face-to-face experience for users, made possible with video transmission.
Grandstream is the only vendor with an end-to-end solution that incorporates video, said Eric Eckman, director of business development at Broadvox. Partnering with Grandstream enables delivery of a complete IP communication system to businesses that are looking for the cost savings of SIP trunking while exploring and using its more advanced features.
As an introductory offering, Broadvox is providing a free 30 day SIP trunking package supporting six phone lines for any Grandstream reseller or end-user who signs up before May 1.
Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking enables businesses to achieve up to 70 percent cost savings on a monthly basis over traditional TDM while utilizing the features and functions available with SIP. The solutions are delivered on a private network designed with state-of-the-art equipment, enabling customers to achieve the benefits of SIP no matter what their existing infrastructure is. Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking has unlimited local calling, discounted long-distance and toll free with local number portability. DID Blocks are also available. The network is monitored 24/7 and delivers service to more than 90 percent of the United States and Canada.
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January 21 2020 @ 19:35:32 UTC