Converged communications vendor Node4 has launched a range of packages designed to help NEC resellers make the move into SIP trunking technology.
The two different Node4 SIPlink packages include everything an NEC dealer will need to sell a quality alternative to ISDN to their customers, the vendor claims.
This includes Node4 broadband, SIPlink Trunks, which have been tested and approved with NEC Infrontia Aspire and XN120 products, and – depending on which level of package is chosen – a pre-configured Linksys or Cisco router.
Andrew Gilbert, managing director of Node4 said: “With these packages Node4 is able to provide NEC resellers with the technology, support and guarantee that they need in order to migrate their business focus over to the latest technology using SIPlink.”
In addition Node4 will also supply free sales and technology training if needed, to ensure its partners are prepared when selling its technology.
The vendor claims that NEC partners will be provider with another source of revenue, saving on average £116 on monthly rental compared to a BT ISDN.
“Node4 believes that SIP Trunking will soon take over the older ISDN,” added Gilbert.
Node4 estimates that end users will save on average 54 per cent on call rates compared to BT’s standard rate.
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