VoIP Solutions Week in Review: Sennheiser, Htek, Epygi, Ecosmob, Hammer, Go Long
The VoIP market continues to grow, both with new services and features, as well as new means of accessing previously unreachable markets with the latest IP services. VoIP Solutions News brings you the latest from around the VoIP community each week. Here are this week’s highlights.
Sennheiser, which has long supported the VoIP community with peripheral products, has introduced new perks for its reseller partners through its new Deal Registration program, which will provide up to 15 percent savings on its audio conferencing and headset solutions. “““We’re looking to give dealers in the channel an additional incentive to deliver the highest quality audio to their end customers, which will create a more productive and efficient workplace for those business organizations.”
VoIP gateway and IP phone maker Htek announced a partnership with Epygi, giving service providers and business customers to easily purchase and install Htek devices with Epygi’s IP PBXs. “We are proud of our partnership and collaboration with Epygi and we continue to strive to deliver the best possible value solution set to our partners,” said Htek Sales Director Nico Tao of the relationship.
Ecosmob Technologies is targeting the SMB market with its open source business VoIP development services. The company leverages Asterisk, FreeSWITCH, Kamailio, and Open SIP for its solutions, which include billing, click-to-call, conferencing, phone verification system, polling systems, conferencing services, fax servers, IP PBXs, and session border controllers.
Much attention is being given to upcoming 5G wireless capabilities, which will not only enhance mobile services, but will also enable delivery of high-speed fixed wireless broadband, bringing VoIP and other IP-based services to effectively any area. Hammer Fiber Optic Investments has agreed to a partnership with Go Long Wireless that will allow Hammer to expand its services into 49 new U.S. markets. “Hammer has the only technology that can currently exploit our spectrum’s extensive capacity to its full potential,” says Go Long CEO Bruce Fox.
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Edited by Erik Linask