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Grandstream Announces Controller for UCM6510 IP PBX.

M2 EQUITYBITES-September 26, 2017-Grandstream Announces Controller for UCM6510 IP PBX


Grandstream, connecting the world since 2002 with award-winning unified communications solutions, has announced the availability of a high-availability controller for their UCM6510 IP PBX, the company said.

The HA100 is ideal for any business that requires an always-on, redundant voice system by providing an automatic failover solution when paired with two UCM6510 IP PBXs. The device will constantly monitor the operational status of both UCM6510s and will automatically switch all system control to the hot-standby secondary UCM6510 when the primary device fails for any reason.

The HA100 can switch entire system functionality (including all of the connected telecom lines, network links, auxiliary devices, all registered SIP endpoints and their recorded voicemails) from the failed UCM6510 to the hot-standby secondary UCM6510 within only 10-50 seconds depending on the number of SIP endpoints registered. Thanks to its smart monitoring and automated failover capabilities, the HA100 offers the ideal high-availability solution for Grandstream's UCM6510 IP PBX in order to maximize complete system reliability and uptime.

The HA100 will be generally available by the end of September 2017 through Grandstream's worldwide distribution channels.

Grandstream Networks, Inc. has been connecting the world since 2002 with SIP Unified Communications products and solutions that allow businesses to be more productive than ever before.

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