For the third consecutive year, Media5 Corporation was pleased to sponsor the largest telecom event in Latin America, Futurecom, that took place in São Paulo, Brazil, from October 2nd to 5th. At this 2017 Conference edition, Media5 brought its most recent launches of multi-service platforms and media gateways focused on the UCaaS market.
As the leading Canadian provider of IP-based multimedia communication solutions, Media5, teamed up for the first time with Logicalis, the leading Latin American supplier of ICT products and services, to sponsor the tradeshow in Brazil and to present the IoT concept.
Media5 introduced the new members of the Mediatrix gateways family to the market. These include the robust Session Border Controller Sentinel 100 SBC, featuring E1/T1 PRI, FXS and FXO telephony ports, and the Mediatrix G7, a medium density gateway series to connect any legacy and IP equipment to cloud-based telephony systems. The Canadian supplier also showcased the new Mediatrix S7 Series and Mediatrix S7 LP Series, the newly launched FXS analog adaptors (ATAs) powered by Media5.
“Mediatrix gateways, developed and distributed globally by Media5, offer advanced features and maximum compatibility with all variants of SIP protocol and with major manufacturers of VoIP equipment in Brazil and around the world. It allows users to fully benefit from Real-Time Communications in a secure, interoperable and economical way, “said Eric Beaudoin, manager of the Mediatrix product line.
Other advantages of the Mediatrix platforms are its service availability and easy integration with various Unified Communications ecosystems around the world. Media5 meets a wide range of complex projects and has proven its interoperability with local and cloud PBX systems such as Skype for Business, Broadsoft and Kandy Cloud (this is the best distributor of the sort and is adopted in Logicalis’ projects).
Media5 Corporation is a global supplier of multimedia communication solutions for fixed and mobile service providers, Unified Communications services, and hosted communication services. The company has its headquarters in Canada, with worldwide presence including local representatives in North and Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East.