Vega 400G, 60 VoIP channels upgrade

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Easily connect digital telephony equipment to IP networks with the all new Vega 400G VoIP gateway.

    Flexible configurations from 30–120 VoIP calls
    Supports dual gigabit Ethernet connections
    Branch office survivability
    Voice, fax and modem support
    Flexible call routing for fallback and least cost routing
    Emergency PSTN backup Lync-logo
    Interoperability with a wide range of legacy and IP equipment
    Lync tested and qualified


Choose the right license for your business requirements now: 30, 60, 90 or 120 simultaneous voice calls and expand it later to meet your growing business needs with a quick and easy license upgrade.

Sangoma’s next generation Vega VoIP gateways are the easiest to provision on the market. It’s a SNAP with the Sangoma Network Appliance Provisioning tool. Keep the configuration of existing equipment; the Vega 400G delivers flexibility and choice when it comes to call routing. Each T1/E1 interface can be set up to connect to a network or a terminal side – e.g. directly to the PSTN or straight to your PBX.

In the event of a WAN failure, IP phones behind the gateway can continue to call each other, be routed to a backup switch or connect directly to the PSTN. Plus, the Vega 400G comes complete with a pin switching and set of bypass T1/E1 connectors that don’t rely on cross-over cables. The next generation 400G is perfect for redundancy or failover scenarios.

The Vega 400G supports the following signalling schemes:

    NI1, NI2, AT&T 5ESS, DMS100
    ISO QSIG Basic Call and QSIG Feature Transparency
    Channel Associated Signalling (CAS)
    R2 MFC

All Vega gateways support SIP and T.38 Fax. The Vega 400G has proven interoperability with a wide range of existing telecommunications and VoIP equipment.
Enterprise Applications:

    Enterprise VoIP networking
    PSTN trunking for IP-PBXs
    Enterprise IP telephony gateway

Service Provider Applications:

    Customer premises gateway for SIP trunking
    Low-density PSTN gateway
    Survivability for IP phones

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