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Leading software and hardware components provider Sangoma Technologies Corporation has revealed that Voice Carrier has chosen its Vega Series gateways as the firm’s recommended choice of media gateway for VoIP and SIP trunking service deployments.

It replaces another major gateway vendor due to problems encountered with a complicated installation and provisioning interface. Customer installations will be streamlined by utilising the Sangoma Network Appliance Provisioning Tool. The tool will also enable more efficient and quicker deployments.

Voice Carrier’s chief executive officer and president, Gary Johnson, said:

“We had conducted extensive hands-on testing and evaluation of many leading gateway products, and determined that the Sangoma Vega product line delivered the value, reliability, quality, ease of deployment and breadth of interface support that enables Voice Carrier to provide our customers with the level of service they need to confidently conduct their business.”

He went on to say that the products from Vegas offer the reliability and quality that Sangoma is known for and that the SNAP configuration tool allows team members to install and provide the gateway to quickly enable operation on their SIP network. This gives an advantage to their sales team due to the SNAP tool’s efficiency, in addition to highly competitive pricing.

The SNAP tool is a web application known for its ease of use and the fact that it helps installers to create customer and site-specific configuration files for Vega Series gateways. This is achieved quickly thanks to pre-tested profiles which match the operational parameters of the Voice Carrier network.

It only takes five minutes for the process to be completed and it alleviates a large amount of the provisioning effort required with competing solutions. This is done without any need for specialised training or access to the gateway’s command line interface.

Callum Byrnes