Published on April 16th, 2012 | by James Chapman0
The Sangoma Vega Media Gateways, Vega 100 and Vega 200 now available for order
The Sangoma Vega 100 and Vega 200 Media Gateways are now available for order. These VoIP Gateways deliver the core features of our highly regarded Vega 400, but at a price point and density that are better suited for the small-to-medium business or when an enterprise needs basic gateway functionality for satellite or remote offices. These price competitive Sangoma Vega Media Gateways still include the important failover features that many of our competitors have chosen not to provide on similarly priced gateways.
The Vega 100 and Vega 200 provide the core feature set supported throughout the highly-regarded Vega Series to small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB) that require only one or two spans of digital telephony (PRI/T1/E1) access.
Deployable as a customer premises gateway for SIP trunking termination or PSTN access from an IP-PBX, the rack-mountable 1u Vega 100 and 200 chassis deliver up to 30 and 60 simultaneous calls or SIP sessions respectively. In addition, the devices support a broad range of audio codecs, T.38 fax, integrated call routing and dial-plan administration, as well as a variety of maintenance and survivability features that deliver easy-to-use resilience in a system sized for the SMB market.
Bypass configurability of the digital spans enables dual-chassis redundant operation if desired, and an option to connect directly to PSTN trunks for emergency calling in the event of an IP network failure are just some of the key features that set the entire Vega series apart from other devices marketed to SMB operators.
The operational needs of our customers in the SMB space are very similar to those of larger enterprises, These new models deliver the full resiliency, reliability, and quality that customers have come to rely upon from the larger capacity units in the Vega Series, in packages that are aligned with the capacity and budgetary requirements of the SMB market. Said Simon Horton, director of product management for Sangoma.