Press release of 4/5/11
sipgate chooses open source project Yate for core infrastructure
05/04/2011 - sipgate has chosen Yate, the open source project of NullTeam, to power the core of it's soft-switch infrastructure.
The open-source telephony engine Yate is making inroads into what used to be the domain of proprietary equipment provided by large telecom suppliers. Following the certification of Yate SS7 stack by Deutsche Telekom's test lab, sipgate has started to deploy Yate at the core of it's softswitch. The decision came following extensive tests to determine stability, scalability as well as resilience.
"The open source telephony platform was easily integrated in the infrastructure of our softswitch", said Thilo Salmon, CEO of sipgate. "We are mostly impressed by the quality and scalability of Yate technology."
"We are pleased that sipgate has chosen Yate for implementing their telephony softswitch", said Diana Cionoiu, managing director of NullTeam. "This is a solid recognition of our 7-years development of Yate platform"
With offices in Austin, Texas and Dusseldorf, Germany, sipgate is a well-established and recognized international telecom company. sipgate has been successfully building its business since 2004. Today, it is arguably the most popular network-independent phone service in a number of European countries catering to a six figure user base.
Null Team, based in Romania, is a software company started in 2004, whose founders have years of experience in telephony and software industries. Yate, primary product of the company is a Telephony Engine, usable in a variaty of customized applications. Null Team also sell solutions for call centers, telephony carriers, for enterprise and soho market.