*astTECS launches Fixed Mobile Convergence Gateway (*ast FMC gateway) in India

*astTECS, a provider of end-to-end unified communications, and enterprise mobility products based on Asterisk open source telephony solution, today, announced the launch of *ast FMC gateway, a solution that would allow organizations to leverage existing telephony infrastructure by integrating mobile devices with fixed PBX-based desk phone functionality. The *ast FMC gateway supports multiple and mixed network technologies, seamlessly integrates with the legacy EPABX that extends the life of existing telecom capital investments and offers a host of advanced PBX features like Voice logger, Multiparty conference & Voicemail system, while offering huge reduction in individual mobile phone bills with cheaper incoming & outgoing STD/ISD calls happening over the enterprise’s Wi-Fi network.

Enterprises can enhance their communication capabilities by simply integrating their existing EPABX with *ast FMC gateway, since it is highly scalable & flexible and bridges the gap between the corporate telephony system and external mobile networks without requiring expensive upgrades in the existing telephony infrastructure. Most organizations manage heterogeneous telephony infrastructures that include a network of different vendors, technologies, networks (mobile, Wi-Fi, landline) and devices. In cases like this, interoperability becomes an important factor that *ast FMC gateway addresses with extreme ease.

"At *astTECS, we thrive on pushing the technology envelope by bringing to market innovative solutions that deliver greater flexibility and offer quick ROI in the enterprise telephony space. *ast FMC platform is compatible with both new and legacy infrastructures, extending communication capabilities and life of organization’s existing telephony investments", said Mr. Devasia Kurian, Managing Director, *astTECS. The ease, with which *ast FMC solution can expand, integrate and adapt, showcases its ability to deliver expected productivity and cost reduction benefits now and in the future, he added.

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