NEC Corporation of America has revealed that certification has been awarded to Voice Carrier for its own SIP platform, allowing it to work jointly with the SL1100 Communications System and NEC UNIVERGE SV8100 Communications Server.
Essentially, the certification means that the servers will efficiently work with Voice Carrier’s IntelliSIP SIP trunking platform.
SIP trunking is a service that has been proven to cut down on recurring operational expenses by some margin when compared to conventional digital telephony. The two servers are great examples of IP telephony for SMBs wishing to compete in the current market while gradually growing their businesses. It comes with numerous robust features that provide support to video, voice and wireless communication. It can also be used in remote and branch offices.
NEC’s product development and management vice president, Ram Menghani, said that the two servers combined with IntelliSIP will enable businesses to offer a robust unified communications platform whilst at the same time adding to the experience of the customer. It also improves production in the workplace, said Menghani.
Voice Carrier’s CEO, Gary Johnson, talked about further benefits offered by the new collaboration.
“We worked very closely with the NEC compliance team to ensure the highest quality of interoperability between NEC’s UNIVERGE SV8100 and SL1100 communications systems and Voice Carrier’s IntelliSIP trunking service.
Johnson went on to say that his firm’s numerous channel partners will be in a position to provide more intelligent, cost-effective SIP services to both future and existing clients, while even earning monthly commission by benefiting from reduced phone bills.
He also said that the proposition benefits all parties, pointing out that the end company substantially reduced its phone bill costs, potentially by 70 per cent, with the partner earning an additional monthly recurring revenue stream.