Extended Partnership Between Grandstream and Portaone

Granstream and PortaOne have recently announced the extension of their partnership, rendering Granstream’s IP phones fully compliant with PortaOne’s hosted IP PBX platform known as PortaSwitch. As a result, the GXP1600, GXP1700 and GXP2135 series of IP phones, as well as the DP series of DECT cordless IP phones have now been added to the list of already compliant products, namely the GXP2130, GXP2140, GXP2160 and the GXV series of IP Video Phones for Android. Communication service providers who make use of PortaSwitch to deploy IP Centrex and Unified Communications can now take full advantage of Grandstream’s IP phones.

About Grandstream

Connecting the world with cutting-edge, innovative and high-quality SIP Unified Communications solutions, Grandstream Networks, Inc. is known for its quality, reliability and innovation, offering solutions to small and medium business and enterprises markets. Grandstream’s open standard SIP-based products provide broad interoperability throughout the industry, together with unrivalled features, flexibility and price competitiveness. It comes to no surprise that Grandstream was named the 2016 Global Enterprise IP Endpoints Company of the Year by renowned market research firm, Frost & Sullivan.

As an official distributor of Grandstream for Malta and Gozo, Vanilla Telecoms has in stock a vast range of Grandstream’s award-winning IP phones, PBXs, VOIP gateways, Wifi access points and physical security, enabling users to lower communication costs, increase security protection or enhance productivity.

About PortaOne

A leading global software developer of the B/OSS and UCaaS platforms – PortaSwitch and PortaBilling – and a communications infrastructure vendor for communication service providers (CSP), PortaOne enables CSPs to run hosted IP PBX and SIP trunking services, as well as a broad line of retail, enterprise, SME and wholesale services on a single integrated software platform. Both PortaOne’s flagship platforms are used by 450 telecommunications companies and over 400 service providers around the globe.

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