Sunday, August 10, 2008

VoSKY Exchange Pro, PBX-to-Skype Gateway Achieves Skype Certification

Vosky has released a new VoSKY Exchange Pro VIT1/E1 as a part of it's PBX-to-Skype gateway family. We have earlier reported about the Vosky Skype Gateway but the new Vosky Exchange Pro is said to be of Enterprise grade and easily deployed at business without much hazzle. The way the gateway is designed enables users within a company make and receive Skype calls from their regular office phones, not from their computers as most Skype callers do.The VoSKY’s latest gateway can support up to 30 concurrent Skype calls using E1 ISDN PRI or up to 23 calls with T1 ISDN PRI, providing scalable performance for enterprise applications. Multiple VoSKY Skype gateways can be set up in branch offices to provide free calling between the offices.
Following is the Press release;
Sunnyvale, Calif., July 29, 2008 – VoSKY, the market leader in developing Skype for business solutions, continued its acceleration of Skype deployment in the business environment by adding the VoSKY Exchange Pro VIT1/E1 to its award-winning PBX-to-Skype gateway family. Based on VoSKY’s latest enterprise-grade Linux platform, the VoSKY Exchange Pro VIT1/E1 enables medium to large-sized enterprise organizations to cost-effectively migrate to Voice over IP (VoIP), and enjoy dramatic cost savings up to 90% over traditional telco trunks. The new solution marks the industry's first enterprise-grade T1/E1 PBX-to-Skype gateway to achieve Skype certification – underscoring its unmatched performance and reliability in the market. Skype certification ensures complete interoperability with and optimal performance of all Skype features and services. The plug-and-play appliance is also fully certified and endorsed by key PBX vendors to further simplify integration in the enterprise environment. The VoSKY Exchange Pro VIT1/E1 seamlessly integrates with existing corporate PBXs with T1 or E1 digital interfaces, allowing businesses to take advantage of Internet Telephony without replacing their existing network infrastructure. With a VoSKY Exchange gateway, employees can make and receive Skype calls from their regular office phone – no Skype software, computers, or headsets are required. In addition, the stand-alone, 1U rack-mountable appliance is easy for telecom/IT managers to configure and manage. VoSKY's latest gateway can support up to 30 concurrent Skype calls using E1 ISDN PRI or up to 23 calls with T1 ISDN PRI, providing scalable performance for enterprise applications. Companies can take advantage of Skype's newly launched Unlimited World plans for ultra low cost international and long distance calls to customers and business partners. Multiple VoSKY Exchange gateways can also be set up in dispersed office locations to enable free calling between colleagues in different coasts, countries, or continents. In addition to low cost Skype trunking, VoSKY's Web Click-to-Call optimizes online sales and marketing efforts, by incorporating both direct web click-to-call for Skype users and call back for non-Skype users. Another value-added application is remote access where remote workers and frequent travelers can tap into the company phone system from wherever they are – allowing them to talk to the office for free, place low cost international calls, and access the same call control functionality as if they were sitting in the office. "As the world's largest VoIP network, Skype's scalability, reliability, security, and voice quality make it a perfect fit for demanding enterprise applications. By combining our next-generation Linux platform and T1/E1 trunk support, the new VoSKY Exchange Pro VIT1/E1 ensures that even large organizations can easily benefit from the huge cost savings of VoIP service without a complex or expensive infrastructure upgrade," said David Tang, VP of Global Marketing at VoSKY. The addition of the VoSKY Exchange Pro VIT1E1 completes VoSKY's PBX-to-Skype portfolio to meet the needs of companies of all sizes – from SMBs to large enterprises. VoSKY Exchange gateways seamlessly integrate with legacy and next-generation telecommunications equipment via industry standard analog FX/FXS and digital T1/E1 interfaces.


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