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Dialexia & Grandstream Announce SIP Product Interoperability
Grandstream SIP solution
Montreal, QC, Canada, April 4, 2006
Dialexia Communications and Grandstream today announced the successful completion of the interoperability tests of Dialexia’s award-winning Dial-Office IP-PBX and Grandstream’s GXP-2000
SIP IP-Phone. Comprehensive tests involving the interoperability of Dial-Office with the GXP2-000 to enable telephony features such as call conferencing, call forward, call transfer, do not disturb and others were successfully conducted.
The Dialexia-Grandstream partnership and their combined solutions ensure that next-generation IP service providers and enterprise customers can easily deploy VoIP to connect their distant branch locations, while maintaining all major PBX features available at their corporate office. As such, remote workers and home offices can benefit from features like voice mail, 3-way call conferencing, call forward and many others. Dialexia’s flagship product, Dial-Office, is one of the lowest cost solutions in bringing VoIP services to the SME. This IP-PBX solution easily integrates with legacy TDM and IP networks; offering customer’s dramatic savings when compared to traditional PBX’s.
“Dialexia is very pleased to partner with Grandstream in bringing our combined products to the market. By ensuring our product interoperability, we can offer a scalable fully SIP compliant CPE solution that is really reliable to small and medium sized enterprises,” said Mohamed El Mohri, CTO, Dialexia Communications, Inc.
The Grandstream GXP-2000 IP-Phone combined with Dialexia’s Dial-Office brings a rich feature set and extraordinary value to both consumer and corporate markets. With adherence to the SIP standards the products are well suited for enterprise users of IP PBX systems, remote office users, and many other cost saving and productive uses.

“We are delighted to have completed the interoperability test between GXP-2000 and Dialexia’s Dial-Office. Grandstream’s GXP-2000 is an award-winning and affordable IP phone designed for the small to medium enterprises. Combined with Dialexia’s low-cost Dial-Office IP-PBX, they present an excellent value package and innovative solution for business telephone system needs in the SME market,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream Networks.


 About Dialexia

 Dialexia Communications is a pioneer in the world of IP Telephony and Call Processing. SMEs can make a significant transition towards a telecommunication system that will provide enhanced productivity by simplifying the complexity of their numerous needs; one system will be enough to manage telephony, Internet, e-mail and long distance thanks to Dialexia’s low cost VoIP solutions. All their products are designed to work with the industry’s leading gateways, facilitating installation and compatibility. Dialexia Communications offers a full suite of integrated IP Telephony applications. Their innovative Dial family includes: Dial-Gate a comprehensive web-based SIP proxy and centralized routing server with a traffic management system for pre/post paid billing services; Dial-Café an innovative real-time billing software for cyber café/call shops; and Dial-Office a powerful web-based 100% SIP IP-PBX.


About Grandstream
Grandstream Networks, Inc. is a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative and affordable IP multimedia devices including IP phones, IP video phones, ATA/IAD and gateway products. Built upon unique and proprietary technologies, Grandstream’s products deliver market leading superb voice and video quality, rich functionality and extra-ordinary values. Grandstream is a private company headquartered in Massachusetts, USA with offices in Dallas, TX, Los Angeles, CA and Shenzhen, China.