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Benefits of GSM Gateway

GSM Gateway is the equipment that route landline calls to mobile phone within the GSM network. It eases the business communication process for business, especially for the managers and high officials who require staying connected all the time.

This equipment is often referred as GSM VoIP Gateway or GSM device. Not only GSM network but it can also route calls within IP, Digital, and Analog networks. GSM gateways often come with VoIP communication device and solution depending on the manufacturer. In this article, we will explore the benefits of GSM gateways and its uses.

Use a VoIP Gateway for least cost routing:

A VoIP system optimized for least cost routing will direct specific calls to the provider that will charge the least amount per minute for that particular call. In its simplest form, a least cost routing system will route local calls to a local PSTN connection and international calls to a SIP trunk.

A more complex least cost routing scenario could include multiple company branches with both PSTN and GSM gateway technologies. For example, calls to service areas near a company branch are directed through a gateway at that specific branch. If the call is to a mobile number, it is routed through a GSM gateway installed at that branch. If there isn't a local branch at the call destination location, it is routed through a SIP trunk.

Use a VoIP Gateway as a backup solution for a SIP Trunk:

While it is true that a broadband connection today is far more reliable than it was five years ago, it can still have a few hiccups. When installing a telephone system at a location that needs to maintain its ability to make and receive phone calls at all times it would be worthwhile to keep a PSTN connection handy, just in case.

Use a VoIP Gateway as a backup solution to fully hosted IPBX:

Fully Hosted IP PBX systems are a growing trend among business today. They offer a full telecommunication system without the hassle of purchasing and managing additional hardware, beyond the telephones themselves. The primary downside to such systems is that if for any reason you lose your connection to the hosted IP PBX, you lose your ability to make both internal and external calls. It is possible to create a backup "Survival PBX" using a single gateway, allowing the individual office to continue making and receiving both internal and external calls until the connection with the IP PBX is reestablished.

Use a VoIP Gateway to lower the burden on your IP PBX server:

You may be in a position in which you want to install your VoIP IP PBX on an old computer lying around the office. While this may work now, in time the codec translation services can begin to tax the computer's processor.  It is possible to use a VoIP gateway to handle all codec translation to take this particular burden from the server processor allowing it to focus on other functions.

 

Easy implementation:

Installing and implementing the new device is easier than any other telecom device. It comes with easy configuration system that smoothly gels into organization’s existing IT & telecom system. No external device or any other technical hacks are required to install GSM gateway. It connects easily within the network and starts routing calls instantly after setup.

Increase productivity:

Its unique feature of routing landline calls to the mobile network increases any organization’s productivity. In this way, the officials and managers stay connected to the communication system on the go. It makes impossible for them to miss out on any calls from office or customers. GSM gateway works like a bridge between customers and organizations.

Amazing portability:

The best thing about this device it requires only to get installed in the office and thereafter it connects calls between landline and mobile. Once installed, it does not require carry any device along on the go. It routes calls through the network so one just need have their mobile phones with them to attend calls.

Enhances communication:

In B2B communication, missing out calls not only effect the business but also affect time & cost uses. Making a re0call to clients not only consume more time but also requires extra cost. But with GSM Gateway, no officials ever miss a call which not only reduces the communication cost but also enhances productivity.  

GSM gateway, being a telecom device, not only eases the communication process but also enhances business productivity. It depends on you to buy the right device from a trusted manufacturer.

 

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Publish Date: July 18, 2019 10:20 AM

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