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TMCNet:  VoIP Supply Offers Shipping Promotion on Sangoma Digital Voice Cards

[January 23, 2013]

VoIP Supply Offers Shipping Promotion on Sangoma Digital Voice Cards

Buffalo, NY, Jan 23, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- The second best thing to instant gratification might just be free 2-day shipping.

Going on now until January 31, 2013, customers will free receive free 2-day shipping on the Sangoma A100 Digital Voice Card Series which includes the A101, A102, A104, A108, and A116 boards.

Sangoma's voice optimized hardware powers leading PBX, IVR and call center applications worldwide with their well known quality, reliability and support.

Sangoma A100 Series of Digital Voice Cards offer: Available telco-grade hardware echo cancellation.

1 to 16 port configurations of optimized voice and data to support up to 480 voice calls or 32.8 Mbps full duplex data over T1/E1/J1 lines.

Expandable BRI solution available with optional echo cancellation.

Each Sangoma Digital Card uses the same high-performance PCI or PCI Express interface that delivers superior functionality in many critical systems.

Get hardware and software upgrades as soon as they're released. All Sangoma cards in the Advanced Flexible Telecommunications (AFT) family are field upgradeable with crash-proof firmware and can achieve carrier-grade echo cancellation and voice quality enhancement functions for phone systems.

For more information about Sangoma Digital Voice Cards, please visit http://www.voipsupply.com/manufacturer/sangoma/digital or call toll free 866-582-8591.

About VoIP Supply A Certified B Corporation, VoIP Supply, LLC (http://www.voipsupply.com) is a division of Sayers Technology Holdings and is North America's leading supplier of VoIP equipment and integrated communication systems for businesses of all sizes, service providers and resellers. Widely recognized for its depth of product knowledge and industry expertise, VoIP Supply sets the standard for vertical E-tailing - providing value-based pricing across its comprehensive product catalog, expert technical support, rapid product provisioning and installation, global logistics services and market-making promotions for manufacturers of all sizes. In addition to technology and service prowess, VoIP Supply is a three-time INC 5,000 honoree and in 2007, was ranked number 45 on the Entrepreneur Magazine's Hot 100 fastest growing companies in the U.S. Buffalo's Business First newspaper recognized VoIP Supply as one of the Best Places to Work in Western New York, recently ranked VoIP Supply among Western New York's top 50 privately-held companies, as well as the fastest growing company in WNY for 2006 by winning the Business First Fast Track 50 Award.

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