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Pulse Supply will be exhibiting at the CNI show in Lima, Ohio on March 22-23 of 2017
For more information, please call: 410-583-1701 option 1.
Pulse Supply will be exhibiting at the Ohio Telecom show on May 26-28 of 2015 at the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel.
For more information please call: 410-583-1701 option 1.
Come join us at the 2015 Minnesota Telecom Alliance show in Minneapolis, MN. The show will be for two days on March 24 and 25th of 2015.
Please call for more information: 410-583-1701 option 1.
Pulse Supply will be exhibiting with SONUS networks in Orlando, Florida on March 4-6 of 2105 at the Rosen Plaza.
For more information, please call: 410-583-1701 optin 1.
Come meet with us at the 2015 ITEXPO show in Miami Beach from Jan 28-30! We are at booth #723!
Pulse Supply will have booth #324 at the ITEXPO West show in Las Vegas.
August 27-29, 2013
Las Vegas, NV
Pulse Supply Representative: Michael Banschbach
Pulse Supply Representative: Andy Long
Please join us for the annual convention and trade show, August 27-29, 2013, at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. Our convention offers you the opportunity to talk with Pulse Supply and other ITEXPO attendees face-to-face.
LANCK Telecom Selects TelcoBridges Tmedia Gateways to Carry Voice Traffic around the Globe
Value Added Reseller Pulse Supply Provides TelcoBridgesâ€™ Gateways to LANCK
Boucherville, Quebec (PRWEB) March 25, 2013
TelcoBridges today announced that LANCK Telecom is using TelcoBridges Tmedia gateways to terminate VoIP traffic into local PSTN and GSM networks.
Based in St. Petersburg, Russia, LANCK delivers international voice traffic to more than 190 countries across its own network spanning North America, Europe and Asia. More than half of the worlds Skype traffic crosses LANCKs state-of-the-art network, which supports various types of carrier-to-carrier interconnection, such as SS7, ISDN PRI, VoIP-H.323 and VoIP-SIP. With POP locations in: Frankfurt; Helsinki; Tallinn; Vilnius; London; Paris; Zagreb; Warsaw; Los Angeles; New York; Miami; Singapore; Johannesburg and Hong Kong, the volume of traffic crossing LANCKs network is rapidly expanding.
LANCK sought an alternative equipment provider to support its growth and expansion. Training costs and recurring annual maintenance fees from LANCKs equipment provider were becoming difficult to justify, and the companys costs were inflated by the need to deploy controllers and other hardware to manage the network. LANCK selected Pulse Supply to provide TelcoBridges high-performance VoIP gateways.
We supplied LANCK with TelcoBridges TMG-3200 STM-1 VoIP gateway for an initial deployment at the core of their network, and LANCK is now adopting the products for its international POPs, said Michael Banschbach, Vice President of Pulse Supply. Tmedia is the right solution for LANCK. It provides a substantial performance improvement over their previous system, while ensuring 100-percent uptime that LANCK needs to grow its business around the globe.
With integrated SS7 signaling, the VoIP gateway from TelcoBridges can fulfill the roles of media gateway, signaling gateway and media gateway controller, without the need for additional hardware. This provides LANCK with an alternative to NGN solutions and offers superior performance and reliability at a lower cost. Furthermore, the TelcoBridges Tmedia VoIP gateway supports n+1 STM-1 protection and TelcoBridges renowned 24/7 support.
Pulse Supply and TelcoBridges share a common philosophy when it comes to delivering robust and reliable technology that can be counted on, without exception, said Konstantin Avdeev, CTO for LANCK Telecom. â€œIn order to provide our customers with the service, the highest network reliability and the most competitive rates, we continuously test our suppliers in order to find the best solutions available. We can't say enough about the value we've received from TelcoBridges and Pulse Supply.
TelcoBridges is a leader in the design and manufacture of carrier grade, high performance, and high-density VoIP media gateways which bridge the gap between TDM and IP. TelcoBridges accredited partners (consisting of valued-added resellers, system integrators, and solution developers) have deployed VoIP media gateway solutions with remote and onsite installation, as well as personalized 24/7 support in over 70 countries worldwide. TelcoBridges brands include: Tmedia„ (VoIP media gateways), Tdev (development platform) and Tmonitor„ (real-time network monitoring equipment). 2012 marks TelcoBridges 10-year anniversary. For additional information, please visit: http://www.telcobridges.com.
About Pulse Supply:
Founded in 1995, Pulse Supply is a global supplier of enabling technologies for next generation networks, offering wireless, WAN and VoIP solutions. Pulse focuses on products and services for carriers, ISPs, VARs, government agencies, and enterprise customers. Pulse also supplies resellers, VARs, VADs and other organizations who benefit from Pulseâ€™s manufacturer relationships. The company is headquartered in Sparks, Maryland and has offices in Temecula California, Denver Colorado, Miami Florida, Walpole Massachusetts (Boston), Moorhead Minnesota, Englewood New Jersey (New York), Charlottesville Virginia and Monroe Washington (Seattle area). For more information, please visit http://www.pulsesupply.com.
About LANCK Telecom:
Based in St Petersburg, Russia, LANCK Telecom delivers voice traffic to more than 190 countries worldwide. We also service and support more than 800 enterprise companies worldwide, and more than half the worlds volume of Skpye traffic crosses LANCKs network. For more information on the companys milestones, please visit http://www.lancktele.com.
Airmux-5000 is a carrier-class, cost-effective point-to-multipoint broadband wireless system delivering up to 250Mbps Ethernet service per sector.
New release 3.4 increases sector capacity by 25%, offers new 25Mbps Base Stations and allows upgrading Subscriber Unit capacity by License Key.
Release 3.4 supports Fixed, Nomadic and Mobility topologies and by this, addresses a wide range of customers and applications.
Airmux-5000 includes Base Stations (BS) and Subscriber Units (SU) for transmitting over an extensive range of frequency bands: 2.5 GHz, 3.3 to 3.8 GHz and 4.8 to 6 GHz and is suitable for deployment in FCC, IC and ETSI regulated countries.
With 32 SUs per sector, Fixed Nomadic and Mobility applications and the highest spectrum efficiency, Airmux-5000 boasts the most versatile and cost effective solution available in the market.
Airmux-400 is a carrier-class, cost-effective point-to-point broadband wireless transmission device delivering up to 200Mbps Ethernet and native TDM service.
New release 3.4 introduces the low cost Airmux-400LC (replacing previous Airmux-200 family) which enjoys Airmux-400 rich features set and allows upgrading unit capacity by License Key.
Airmux-400 transmits over an extensive range of frequency bands 2.3 to 2.5 GHz, 3.5 licensed and 4.8 to 5.9 GHz bands, and is suitable for deployment in FCC, IC and ETSI regulated countries.
Airmux-400 offers high throughput, longer range and robustness at a competitive price for the global markets of cellular backhaul, WiMAX and ISP backhaul, broadband access and large private and government networks.
With 200Mbps per link, native TDM and the highest spectrum efficiency, Airmux-400 boasts the most versatile and cost effective solution available in the market.
Pulse Supply Discusses the Session Border Controller Market
Pulse (News - Alert) Supply has been in business since 1996, and has continually changed its business model to meet the constant evolution of the technology space. Initially built on addressing data communications and the WAN market, the company now focuses on wireless communications, traditional datacom and VoIP. The company now boasts eight offices across the U.S. and its technically trained salespeople work with businesses of all sizes. I recently had the chance to speak with Michael Banschbach, vice president and co-founder of the company, about the session border controller market from Pulses point of view.
Banschbach stated that this is an exciting time to be in the telecommunications space, as more and more companies are seeing the value of SIP trunking. Companies are starting to see the ROI that SIP provides, and as the technology grows in popularity, businesses are coming to Pulse to ask what they need in order to make the transition to SIP. These companies want to be sure that their communications are safe and secure, but they don't always know what that entails.
Benefits of Session Border Controllers
The team from Pulse Supply works closely with companies to ensure they have the knowledge necessary to deploy the right technology for their needs. The expert sales team at Pulse discusses the benefits of deploying session border controllers, educating companies on the vital functions of SBCs. Banschbach highlighted several key features of SBCs:
- Security: SBCs help guard against viruses, Trojans and denial of service attacks.
- Interoperability: With different providers, legacy technologies and different â€œFlavors of SIP, businesses need SBCs to ensure that these different types of traffic are able to interoperate.
- Encryption: An SBC can encrypt data, protecting calls across the Internet.
- Large Deployments: Big corporations have many sites with thousands of employees working from across the country and even in their homes. If the phone system needs to reregister after a glitch, an SBC can handle this without crashes.
- Fax: Many companies still use analog fax technology, which does not always interoperate with VoIP systems. SBCs can detect fax tones and redirect as needed.
- Unified Communications (News - Alert): SBCs provide the glue to bring disparate systems together.
Pulse Supply had an initial relationship with Quintum (News - Alert), which was absorbed into NET and then became a part of Sonus, and now Sonus is one of Pulses major partners. With a wide range of products, SBCs from Sonus can meet the needs of the smallest and largest companies, and this fit the vision of the company that Banschbach helped found over 16 years ago. Now, with the widespread acceptance of SIP technology, both Pulse and Sonus are poised to bring next-generation communications to the masses.
Read the article on the TMC website