CHICAGO, ILLINOIS and TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Aug. 3, 2010) – CLUECON 2010 – Sangoma Technologies Corporation, a leading provider of hardware and software enabling server-based voice and data communication applications, today announced the release of Sangoma Media Gateway (SMG) 3.0.
SMG builds on Sangoma’s FreeTDM, a powerful Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) interface module the company launched in March. SMG 3.0 offers application developers support for multiple telephony protocols, improving usability, scalability, and reliability for applications running on Asterisk® and FreeSWITCH® open source platforms.
With telecom application development largely migrating to VoIP, there is still a great need to interconnect voice applications to the TDM networks. SMG 3.0 facilitates this migration by providing a wide range of TDM protocols for enterprise and carrier-based solutions by introducing several new features that are directly accessible to both FreeSWITCH and Asterisk users, including:
SMG 3.0 is currently in Beta testing and is anticipated to be generally available in Q4 2010. Future releases will incorporate additional connectivity options, such as analog and MFC-R2, user-friendly features such as web-based GUIs for configuration and management, and high-availability features for increased robustness and capacity.
Sangoma is the premium provider of voice and data connectivity components for software-based communication applications. Sangoma’s data cards, voice cards, gateways and connectivity software are used in leading PBX, IVR, contact center and data-communication applications worldwide. The product line represents a comprehensive toolset for deploying cost-effective, powerful, and flexible software communication applications.
Founded in 1984, Sangoma Technologies Corporation is publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange. Additional information on Sangoma can be found at: www.sangoma.com.
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