-- The company's enduring products and services make it a preferred partner and market-leading vendor
VoIP access services, session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking services, and modern unified communications (UC) platforms are moving enterprises away from time division multiplexing (TDM)-based interfaces and creating an end-to-end, IP-based environment. The evolving UC market demands that infrastructure components support an increasing number of deployment scenarios while offering the capability to integrate newer solutions with existing systems.
"ADTRAN builds its business gateway products to be as dynamic as the customers who use them," said Frost & up Sullivan Industry Analyst
ADTRAN's multi-purpose design principles enable its products to dynamically transition to meet customer requirements. Its Total Access business gateway series interfaces with both TDM and IP telephony solutions on the customer premises as well as with the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and VoIP carrier networks. It provides router and firewall functionality along with call routing, branch survivability, and network monitoring, functioning as CPE demarcation points for VoIP and SIP trunking services and as remote branch solutions.
The NetVanta 6000 gateway series extends the functionality of the Total Access 900/900e series by bringing a modular option to ADTRAN's enterprise media gateway lineup. One solution in the lineup can even become a single-box solution for branch or small office voice and data network deployments. Further, the NetVanta 7000 IP PBX platforms support multiple deployment considerations—on-premises IP PBX, on-premises call control as a managed service or as a gateway to support hosted UC solutions—all from a single hardware appliance.
"This multiple role or service capability is inherent throughout ADTRAN's enterprise gateway product line, providing significant investment protection; ADTRAN partners and customers benefit from stocking and standardizing on a single platform to streamline support, certification, and technical training," explained Brandenburg. "As customers increasingly require more functionality at a lower price point, ADTRAN's integrated devices deliver greater value than many alternatives."
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