Patton Announces SmartNode VoIP Gateways Microsoft-Qualified for Lync 2013
SmartNode™...More than just talk!
Patton Electronics Company announced today that SmartNode™ VoIP media gateways have been tested and qualified for interoperability with Lync® Server 2013 through Microsoft's Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program (UCOIP) .
>>Learn more about the benefits of SmartNode VoIP gateways for Lync solutions by watching Patton's on-demand educational webinar: SmartNode: the Gateway to Lync
SmartNode eliminates the interoperability obstacles for companies that want to keep their legacy PBXs, phones, speakers, pagers, and fax equipment, existing FXS/FXO POTS service or ISDN BRI/PRI lines when implementing a unified communications solution based on Lync.
Enterprises operating otherwise non-compatible voice equipment and telephony network elements-including non-qualified SIP telephony systems-can use Lync-qualified SmartNode VoIP gateways to connect and interoperate with the Lync unified communications server.
By interconnecting Lync software with legacy voice technologies and the PSTN, SmartNode preserves investment in operational equipment while adding such rich benefits as voice-and-data survivability and least-cost call routing-all with the set-it-and-forget-it reliability of SmartNode.
The 2013 re-qualification assures customers that SmartNode interoperates seamlessly and reliably with Microsoft's Unified Communications software.
"When it comes to solving interop challenges, Patton's history is long and strong," said Burton A. Patton, EVP, "not only with Microsoft and Lync, but in the VoIP industry overall. SmartNode was the world's first VoIP gateway that could actually get VoIP working in some extra-tricky ISDN environments."
In May 2011 Patton announced Microsoft OCS certification for SmartNode VoIP Gateways.
In June 2012 Patton announced Microsoft Lync certification for SmartNode.
Swiss-engineered and US-manufactured at Patton world headquarters, SmartNode was the first Microsoft Lync-Certified VoIP solution to offer BRI interfaces.
Microsoft is a Patton-Certified Enterprise Communication Partner for Lync and OCS.
In 2008, Patton solved VoIP interop challenges for DECT, PBX, and FAX in ISDN environments by incorporating a high-precision clock in digital SmartNode™ VoIP IADs.
Last month, Patton announced a new Element Management System that offers Telecom carriers touch-less provisioning with centralized monitoring, control and troubleshooting for SmartNode and third-party VoIP CPE.
“When it comes to solving interop challenges, Patton’s history is long and strong, not only with Microsoft and Lync, but in the VoIP industry overall. SmartNode was the first to get VoIP working in extra-tricky ISDN environments.”
Burton A. Patton, EVP
Patton Electronics Company
Patton is all about connections. It is our joy and mission to connect real-world customer challenges with high-quality, right-priced solutions-complemented by unrivaled customer service and technical support. Incorporated 1984, Patton has built everything from micro-sized widgets that connect "this-with-that," to carrier-grade Telecom gear that connects subscribers to service-providers. Patton's specialty is interconnecting legacy TDM and serial systems with new-generation IP-based voice, data, and multi-media technologies.
Headquartered in Gaithersburg, MD, USA, Patton equipment-including VoIP, Ethernet extension, and wireless router technologies-is up-and-running in carrier, enterprise and industrial networks worldwide. Patton works in connection with a growing network of technology, business, and sales-channel partners. To connect with local-market requirements, Patton operates training and support centers in Switzerland, Hungary, Lebanon, India, Vietnam, and the USA.
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