Building on their recent momentum and looking to leverage the best of what the market has to offer, ADTRAN today announced d the ADTRAN Alliance Program, a collaboration between ADTRAN and a number of best-in-breed technology and service providers delivering solutions centered on the NetVanta 7000 converged IP PBX.
This first phase of the Alliance Program features both IP telephony (IPT) technology partners and SIP trunking service providers. In order to be considered for the program, vendors and service providers must have completed an interoperability certification program proving that their services or solutions complement ADTRAN's NetVanta 7000.
"With a network-wide view of our customers' issues and challenges, we created the ADTRAN Alliance Program to help identify leading technology and service providers that are particularly well equipped to address the key needs of SMBs," said Chris Thompson, senior product manager, ADTRAN.
IP Telephony Technology Partners offer innovative solutions that have been strategically chosen to address specific applications in conjunction with the NetVanta 7000 Series. These best-in-breed partners include:
Resource Software International (RSI)
SIP Print, and
These partners were selected to address specific market needs that growing small and medium businesses are looking to deploy.
These markets include:
Desktop IP Phones (Polycom)
DECT Wireless Phones (snom)
Speech Recognition (Incendonet)
Call Accounting (RSI)
Call Recording (SIP Print)
Unified Messaging (MultiTech)
Telepresence/Video Conferencing (Lifesize)
SIP Trunking Service Providers who offer IP telephony services that are certified to be fully interoperable with the NetVanta 7000 include: