Iridiacom has added a GSM gateway product to its portfolio to take advantage of the growing use of VoIP within UK businesses.
The Hertfordshire-based company is promoting the CelluNet Gateway from IP Gear/Boscom, which allows users of SIP-compliant IP PBX systems to make phone calls to GSM mobile phones at landline prices. Companies can save around 40% on calls they make from landlines to mobile phones, as all calls are routed through the gateway.
Alan Doyle, managing director at Iridiacom, stated: “The CelluNet gateway hits the market at the perfect time, as many companies are taking the step into VoIP. This product ensures they can keep the cost savings of being able to make a GSM to GSM call, but from a VoIP system.”
Iridiacom has added CelluNet to its portfolio as a result of high demand from its resellers. Doyle said: “Many of our resellers have been asking us for such a product. Up until now, they have had to use a VoIP gateway and an analogue GSM gateway to provide their customers with a solution.”
He continued: “This gateway is a strong addition to the IP Gear/Boscom range of products. It means we can now offer all types of PBX connections, from analogue, basic rate, primary rate and now VoIP.”