Delivers industry's first scaleable, low-density VoIP gateway for service provider and enterprise markets
18th October 2004
Fall VON Boston, MA, 18th October 2004: VegaStream, the leading supplier of dedicated business VoIP (Voice over IP) Gateways, today announced the launch of the Vega 400 gateway - a scaleable, field upgradable low-density trunking gateway suitable for service provider, enterprise and other equipment supplier environments.
The Vega 400 is a new class of product in the VoIP Gateway market. Previously, if a gateway outgrew capacity, the user had to either "stack" gateways to meet demand or deploy carrier-grade gateways that can scale up but are not cost effective at low capacities. The Vega 400 is the first gateway that allows customers to start with a low capacity such as a fractional E1 or T1 and grow up to 120 VoIP calls through easy field-installable upgrades. The Vega 400 gateway also delivers maximum throughput of all supported VoIP calls without any degradation of service. Where the performance of other gateways is often restricted by the number of users or the type of calls, the Vega 400 will work at maximum efficiency regardless of the VoIP traffic.
The Vega 400 is currently in deployment with a number of customers including Alceo, a leading developer of advanced CTI applications.
Key features of the new Vega 400 include:
The Vega 400 is available immediately.