Trinity Convergence and Paradial Announce Interoperability of Their VoIP Software Solutions

Trinity Convergence and Paradial have announced interoperability between their solutions. The companies have conducted extensive STUN, TURN and SIP interoperability testing between the VeriCall family of voice + video over IP software from Trinity Convergence and Paradial's RealTunnel firewall and NAT traversal product. The ability to deliver highly interoperable and proven solutions helps to simplify the deployment of new voice and video over IP-based services.

The interoperability testing between the VeriCall software and RealTunnel server technology benefits manufacturers and service providers by streamlining software integration; lowering testing costs; increasing the overall performance and quality of the product/service; and reducing service issues and overall support costs.

Trinity Convergence provides SIP-based voice and video over IP software platforms for manufacturers of communications products including VoIP phones, IP video phones and dual-mode handsets. Paradial develops carrier-grade software for securely and efficiently connecting IP-based calls across firewalls, NAT devices and web proxies that can block IP communications.

Paradial's STUN and TURN servers are highly scaleable and designed to allow customers to deploy IP communication services without worrying about firewalls, NAT devices and web proxies that otherwise prevent end-users from accessing communication services. Interoperability with the SIP software client and STUN & TURN implementations running in Trinity's VeriCall software helps to reduce or eliminate quality of service issues that arise when placing calls across firewalls and other network gateways.

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