Yeastar Partners with Voxbone to Broaden Deployment of Global SIP Trunking
“We are pleased to partner with Voxbone, the market leader in International DID numbers and inbound SIP trunks,” said Jessica Yao, Sales Director of Yeastar. “We are confident that, working together, we can show our customers how easily it is to expand the reach of their services globally and grow their businesses in new markets.”
Under the program, providers such as Yeastar and Voxbone demonstrate interoperability between their products and services so customers can take advantage of global numbers and SIP networks. To date, interoperability tests between Yeastar’s MyPBX and NeoGate solutions and Voxbone’s VoxDID and Vox800 services have been completed.
Voxbone”s offering of inbound SIP trunks in more than 50 countries allows Yeastar”s customers to deploy local telephone numbers that ring on Yeastar equipment enabled SIP phones or applications anywhere in the world.
“Voxbone is excited to start this new cooperation with Yeastar to help their customers around the world globalize their external telecommunications and serve new market opportunities through inbound SIP Trunking,” said Hugh Goldstein, Vice President of Strategic Alliances for Voxbone.
Yeastar specializes in the developing and manufacturing of IP-PBX, VoIP gateways, and IP video surveillance products and is committed to the distribution of new generation technology products in the field of enterprise communications. In the mean time, Yeastar provides the cost-efficient solutions for ITSP to develop the enterprises ultimate purchase market.
Voxbone is the market leader in providing worldwide geographical, toll-free (ITFS) and mobile telephone numbers and inbound SIP trunks, enabling cloud communications services providers, conferencing and collaboration and enterprises to extend the reach of their voice services internationally, rapidly and with minimal costs. The company delivers high-quality inbound communications (often referred to as direct inward dialing, or DID) from more than 50 countries and more than 8,000 cities around the world, as well as the first emergency-calling service accessible in multiple European countries from a single IP-based interconnection. F