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Published on June 27th, 2013 | by Alexis Argent

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Grandstream Announces Compatibility with IBBS’s Cloud-Based Voice Services for Broadband Providers

IBBS Broadband Provider Customers Selling Residential and Business VoIP Solutions are Assured Easy Deployment of GXP SIP Telephones

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IBBS, a leading provider of cloud-based voice and data services for mid-market broadband providers in the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America, has completed interoperability testing and certified Grandstream’s suite of GXP IP Telephones. IBBS’s broadband and cable service provider customers selling hosted PBX/VoIP to residential and business end users can rapidly and affordably install Grandstream GXP SIP Telephones for an enhanced call experience. 

With more than 250 broadband and cable provider customers worldwide, IBBS offers integrated data, voice and technical services to simplify the delivery of advanced communication to the residential and commercial marketplace.

We are delighted to work with Grandstream and add them to our certified list of partners,” said Jim DaBramo, vice president of sales, marketing and business development of IBBS. “We are continually certifying new devices to ensure that our customers have a wide range of compatible options.”

IBBS is certified with Grandstream’s GXP2100 and GXP2200 Enterprise IP Phones, which offer rich telephony features, including HD audio, multi-line indicators, integrated PoE, superior full duplex hands free speakerphone and broad third-party interoperability. The Linux-based GXP enterprise IP phones offer industry-leading call quality, reliability, security and tremendous value. GXP IP Phones can be easily customized and securely provisioned for mass deployment. The HT701 Analog Telephone Adapter is also certified.

Affordability, ease of use and the ability to rapidly provision and bring reliable services and solutions to market are key for broadband service providers to gain market share in both the residential and commercial marketplace,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream Networks. “With multiple models to choose from, IBBS customers can install Grandstream carrier-class GXP IP Telephones and immediately have access to a feature-rich experience that improves call experience and productivity. Grandstream has gained market attention in the Latin America market in recent years and we look forward to servicing and supporting IBBS customers in the U.S. and abroad.”

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