"The integrator and reseller community will know that when a customer solution needs a gateway between VoIP and TDM, they will not have any interoperability issues by choosing VegaStream."
London, UK, 27th May 2005: VegaStream, the world leading independent manufacturer of VoIP gateways announces that its flagship Vega 400 digital gateway has been verified by Nortel as compatible with its Multimedia Communication Server 5200 (MCS 5200) SIP-based multi-media solution for service providers. The company's Vega 50 BRI H.323 (Basic Rate ISDN) is also verified as compatible with Nortel's Communication Server 1000 (CS 1000) full-featured IP PBX. VegaStream is a Nortel Developer Partner.
The Vega 400 SIP Release 7.1 was verified as compatible with MCS 5200 Release 3 and the Vega50 BRI H.323 Release 6 (R060H015) was verified as compatible with CS 1000M/1000S/1000E Release 4 in a controlled laboratory environment.
VegaStream's Vega 50 and Vega 400 dedicated VoIP gateways are cost-effective, standards-based platforms that enable enterprise end users to integrate VoIP networks with existing TDM equipment and the PSTN. The Vega 50 analog gateways and the Vega 100 digital gateways are already verified as compatible with the CS 1000 and MCS 5200 respectively.
"This compatibility is further proof of our close working relationship with Nortel and our commitment to ensure that our products are an accredited option for anyone building a VoIP solution," said Tim Burne, VegaStream CEO. "We are focusing a great deal of our energy working with all the major vendors as well as investing in open source initiatives with SIPFoundry. We want the integrator and reseller community to understand that when their customer solution needs a gateway between VoIP and TDM, they will not have any interoperability issues by choosing VegaStream."
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