Spanish distributors and integrators seeking flexible VoIP solutions

Patton gateways that support a single element from 1-2048 IP simultaneous calls, have had great success in his recent participation in the fair VoIP2Day

(PresseBox) ( Madrid, )
The multinational Patton Electronics, a specialist in VoIP telephony equipment, has used his recent participation in the Spanish fair VoIP2Day seek to analyze which major actors channel this type of technology in our country.

According to Michel Balabio, responsible for markets in southern Europe for the company, "after the visits received, we can say that in the field of gateways, seeking flexible and scalable products that meet current situations in business, but with a view future growth. "

With solutions from Patton, these increases are covered cases from small businesses to large call centers or telephone operators. "In fact," continues Balabio "during VoIP2Day, product Patton has attracted most attention was the SmartNode 10200, which is the solution of higher density in our catalog, and in its basic version reaches 512 calls simultaneous VoIP, but its capacity can be scaled up to 2,048. "

Another unique feature for Patton is responsible for finding the maximum compatibility with existing protocols and legacy deployments. "Something we've seen that is especially appreciated in Spain is SS7 support, the ability to leverage existing networks to reduce the costs of transition to Voice over IP and free technical support Patton sets the rest of the competition," Balabio concludes that in Spain one of the markets with the greatest growth potential for the company in the coming years.
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