Sangoma products have been used as part of mission-critical telephony solutions for over thirty years. Developers, integrators and OEM Partners rely on the quality, reliability and support that have made Sangoma an industry leader. Sangoma products are now used around the globe in over 150 countries, having sold over 100,000 units to tens of thousands of customers worldwide.

As the IP Communications landscape continues to become more complicated, Sangoma connectivity products continue to deliver cost-effective solutions for connecting disparate networks, devices, clouds and people.

Mobile Value Added Services is one of the hottest market segments in telephony today. In India, the market is expected to reach $11 Billion USD by 2015. The world market is projected to reach $360 Billion USD in that same time period. However, the hardware and licenses necessary to create Mobile Value Added Services Application […]
Color Ring Back Tone provides an additional service which carriers can charge for. By integrating Sangoma NetBorder SS7 software, Sangoma telephony cards, a server and open source software such as Asterisk® or FreeSWITCH®, a very cost-effective method for delivering this service can be realized.
SIP Trunking – Carrier Carriers offering SIP trunking services must provide a secure environment that their customers can trust, especially when these services are delivered over the internet. Carriers also aim to reduce or eliminate interoperability difficulties between their equipment and that of their clients. The security of a VoIP network can be breached at […]
Branch Office Survivability One of the main cost savings associated with the installation of an IP-PBX and SIP Trunks is that certain functions can be consolidated at a centralized IP-PBX installation. Services such as Voice Message Storage, Directory Services, International Call Routing and Endpoint Administration can all be handled at a central location, reducing the […]
Connecting Legacy Equipment to an IP PBX As enterprises continue to evolve their communications infrastructures into a pure SIP/VoIP environment, they often discover that there is still the need to connect older non-VoIP equipment to their VoIP infrastructure or directly to the PSTN. Many of these older, but necessary endpoints (i.e. fax machines, postage machines, […]
Connect a VoIP network to the PSTN, providing connections between SIP phones and conventional and mobile phones.