Vegastream Ships New Vega 50 6X4 Flexible Analog VoIP Gateways
VoIP Gateway vendor Vegastream has begun shipment of their new Vega 50 6X4 Series Analog VoIP Gateway.
The Vega 50 6×4 enables enterprises and service providers to connect sites with a legacy of mixed analog and digital applications to the IP network via a single, cost effective and manageable The Vega 50 6×4 connects a range of legacy telephony equipment, including PBX’s, ISDN telephones, ISDN, analog phones and the PSTN to IP networks.
The Vega 50 6×4 supports up to 24 analog ports, up to 16 basic rate ISDN channels on 8 interfaces or a mixture of port types and capacities.
The Vega50 6×4 is available factory configured in a number of different configurations, other configurations are available to special order.The following gateway configurations are available as standard:
- 4 FXS + 2 FXO
- 8 FXS + 2 FXO
- 24 FXS + 2 FXO
- 8 BRI Channels (4 interfaces)
- 8 BRI Channels (4 interfaces) + 4 FXO
VegaStream’s VoIP gateways enable service providers and business customers to rapidly deploy and profit from lower telephony costs and improved productivity across their organisations’ HQs and remote offices.
The award winning Vega gateways are based on international communications standards, including SIP and H.323 to deliver an open and non-proprietary VoIP solution that can be seamlessly integrated alongside existing communications investments.
Established in 1998, VegaStream operates globally with sales and support centres in Europe (Bracknell, UK), America (California) and Asia-Pacific (Sydney, Australia). VegaStream investors include MTI Partners, Pace Micro Technology and VegaStream management.
VegaStream’s mission is to enable seamless interoperability between the wide and varied range of proprietary telephone systems and the new IP networks.
As one of the earliest suppliers of VoIP gateways supporting SIP, VegaStream’s portfolio of gateways are recognized as best-in-class SIP VoIP gateways for products such as Nortel Networks MCS5100, MCS5200 and Siemens OpenScape.
VegaStream’s partners with other VoIP technology leaders in areas such as voice recognition, and IP mobility to enable connectivity between their products and traditional PSTN networks. The company’s products are deployed by global service provider networks such as Primus Communications and Orbitel and demanding end-users such as the US Navy.
VegaStream products are sold through a network of systems integrators and service providers where they are becoming commonplace within mainstream enterprise networks to reduce the cost of everyday business VoIP communications.