Dynalog eyes VoIP market

DQW Bureau
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Dynalog India Ltd is eyeing the VoIP and net telephony market to give a major

boost to its server business. The company is in the process of negotiating with

ISPs and others planning to become VoIP service providers.

Shrikant Wadekar, Head (Marketing), Dynalog, said, “Some of the players in

the VoIP market have already placed orders for the industrial servers. Among

those who have purchased these servers from us, include Sify. Internet telephony

is likely to add fillip to the growth rate in the coming year as many more new

users come on to it, initially for telephony and then graduate to other uses.”

The company has introduced these servers in technical collaboration with

Taiwan based Advantech. Dynalog is the first company to introduce these servers

in the Indian market branded as ‘Dynamite series’. These industrial servers

forms the backbone of both the call centers as well as VoIP since these are the

servers that allow computer telephony integration.


Priced upwards of Rs 75,000 depending on the features available, these

servers are designed to withstand environmental extremes such as shock,

vibration, high temperature, EMI and EMC.

The company had made a kill during the call center boom that happened in the

last couple of year and has supplied its industrial grade servers to some of the

major contact center operators in India and abroad.

Rahul Gupta