VoIP Unlimited Will Help Kerio Offer SIP Trunking Solutions

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: September 26, 2011

On September 23, 2011, VoIP Unlimited, a prominent U.K.-based IP Telephony service provider, stated that it will now be working with Kerio Technologies in order to provide SIP trunking services to small businesses. The corporate alliance is expected to help Kerio’s channel partners increase their overall call capacity as well as reduce their recurring IP PBX.

Prior to the partnership, VoIP Unlimited was thoroughly tested and confirmed to be interoperable with the Kerio Operator 1.1 IP PBX system. This voice solution allows users to be connected anywhere in the world while helping to significantly reduce telephony costs at the same time.

VoIP Unlimited has also provided SIP sales support to a variety of different Kerio resellers. This support included educating them about the advantages of SIP trunks and why they serve as a strong alternative to PSTN lines.

Steve Bieniek, the strategic alliance director of VoIP Unlimited, released a short public statement about the decision. He stated, “We are thrilled to partner with Kerio and like the idea that their IP PBX system, Kerio Operator 1.1, is available either as a software or hardware appliance deployment. Furthermore, the vast majority of our channel is data VARs and this product is ideally suited to the type of partners we support.”

The alliance will also provide Kerio resellers with full access to VoIP Unlimited’s SIP trace tool. This will allow them to observe the SIP traces for all of the inbound and outbound calls made through the VoIP core network.

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