Talking is cheaper with VoSky

VoSky announced it has added Exchange Pro VIT1/E1 to its PBX-to-Skype gateway family. The new appliance integrates existing PBXs with T1 or E1 digital interfaces. Based on VoSky's Linux platform, the Exchange ProVIT 1/E1 lets organizations take advantage of Internet telephony without having to replace existing network infrastructure, VoSky representatives said. It also can save organizations 90 percent over traditional telco trunks, the company added.

This is the first enterprise-grade T1/E1 PBX-to-Skype gateway to achieve Skype certification, according to VoSky. Skype certification ensures complete interoperability with and optimal performance of all Skype features and services.

With a VoSky Exchange gateway, employees can make and receive Skype calls from their regular office phones. The stand-alone, 1U rack-mountable VoSky appliance doesn't require Skype software, computers or headsets. VoSky's gateway can support up to 30 concurrent Skype calls using E1 ISDN PRI or up to 23 calls with T1 ISDN PRI, company officials said.

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