BETHPAGE, N.Y. -- Cablevision Systems Corp. today
announced that Optimum Voice® SIP Trunking is now certified with the Cisco®
Unified Communications 300 Series for small businesses. The pre-certified solution
delivers high-quality, reliable voice service for small businesses that want to take
advantage of an Internet Protocol (IP) Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system while
avoiding the costs of an analog gateway or traditional T-1 solution. Cisco equipment
that has received interoperability certification for Optimum Voice SIP Trunking now
includes Cisco UC320 as well as the Cisco UC500 series PBXs.
Optimum Voice SIP Trunking supplies VoIP access and key network-based
telephony features to pre-certified IP-PBXs, simplifying configuration, reducing
equipment costs for businesses, and improving the quality of voice service by
providing an IP interface directly to the customer’s LAN. It is delivered through a
converged voice and data network with 24/7 dedicated customer support and field
“Optimum Voice SIP Trunking provides an affordable, easy-to-manage
communications system for small businesses,” said Joseph DeLotto, vice president
of business product management for Cablevision. “With the certification of the Cisco
UC320, we are extending availability of our next generation service to even our
smallest customers that may require 10 to 20 telephone numbers but only need as
little as four concurrent calling sessions.”
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