Grandstream to Serve as Event Sponsor for BroadSoft Connections 2017

Grandstream Continues Long-Standing Relationship with BroadSoft through sponsorship of their annual global partner event

Boston, MA (June 30, 2017) – Grandstream, connecting the world since 2002 with award-winning SIP unified communication solutions, today announced that they will again sponsor BroadSoft Connections in 2017, this time as an event-level sponsor. Connections is BroadSoft’s annual global conference that gathers hundreds of their service provider customers, plus industry leaders and influencers, to explore innovative cloud communications, team collaboration and contact center solutions.


Grandstream Releases a New IP PBX High Availability Controller for Beta Testing

Beta test features a high availability controller to pair with Grandstream’s UCM6510 IP PBX

Boston, MA (June 22, 2017) – – Grandstream Networks, connecting the world since 2002 with award-winning SIP unified communication solutions, is releasing a new IP PBX High Availability (HA) controller for beta testing by the Grandstream Beta Club. Grandstream will be opening applications for the beta test of this upcoming HA Controller for the UCM6510 from June 22nd to July 5th. To apply go to betaclub.grandstream.com.


High-end Security Features of the GWN series Access Points

Being that a WiFi attack can occur in only 2 seconds, we set out to create our GWN series of WiFi Access Points to solve many WiFi security problems by building a variety of high-end security protections into the GWN series.


There is a lot you probably do not know about our Gateways and ATAs

Back in 2002 when Grandstream was founded, we were one of the first companies in the world to manufacture SIP products – and one of the very first products we made were analog telephone adapters (ATAs). We now have over 15 years of expertise building SIP devices, and we have more experience building VoIP gateways and ATAs than almost anyone in the world. Let’s take a look at some of the features and functionalities of Grandstream’s gateways and ATAs that you may have missed.


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