OneStream Networks Global SIP Trunking Now Rated "Avaya Compliant"

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: June 17, 2011

OneStream Networks Global SIP Trunking Now Rated "Avaya Compliant"

On June 14, 2011, OneStream Networks announced that its Global SIP Trunking Service was now fully compliant with severalAvaya IP telephony solutions, including the Avaya Aura Communication Manager, Avaya Aura Session Manager, and Acme Packet 3800 Net-Net Session Border Controller.

OneStream’s Global SIP Trunking Service will allow small businesses and organizations to consolidate voice services from all around the world onto private MPLS IP connections, which in turn should greatly reduce the cost of voice services without any reduction to security, quality, and reliability. It will also provide users with enhanced feature access in most cases.

The converged service features global local numbers and an unlimited site-to-site coordinated dial plan at absolutely no cost. It also has consolidated long distance and toll-free services, a high level of network flexibility via MPLS (this can be through OneStream or an existing version), full number portability, and a web-based service management system.

OneStream Networks was able to achieve compliance through the Avaya DevConnect Project, a special initiative designed to help develop, market, and sell third-party products that work seamlessly with Avaya technology. OneStream Networks is a Gold member of the program and thus was eligible to submit the Global SIP Trunking Service to the Avaya Solution Interoperability and Test Lab.

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