10.12.2013 babyTEL announces Encryption for Real-Time Fax T.38 transmission over the Internet
Montreal, Quebec, Canada 10 Dec. 2013 babyTEL, a global leader of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and T.38 Fax over Internet Protocol (FoIP) services announces today that it now offers Encryption for T.38 real-time fax transmission over the Internet. The encryption solution from babyTEL encrypts not only the T.38 signalling, it encrypts the media (RTP) transmission over Internet.
babyTEL is the first Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP) to offer T.38 encryption over the Internet. This major breakthrough allows enterprise to meet HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and Privacy expectations while taking advantage of the savings and architectural benefits of SIP internet telephony. Combined with its leading edge architecture for Business Continuity, the babyTEL solution empowers enterprise to build virtual, redundant, secure and sophisticated designs at greatly reduced cost.
“We are very pleased to announce this development,” said Stephen Dorsey, CEO, babyTEL. “It represents a major opportunity to switch fax server communications to the Internet, realizing improved reliability, security and performance with significant savings in communication costs. We are proud to be the first to perfect T.38 transmission and the first to add Encryption over the Internet.”
babyTEL’s Real-Time T.38 Encryption over Internet is available to all enterprise using IP enabled fax servers.
Headquartered in Montreal, and founded in 1991, babyTEL develops in-house, advanced telecommunication services for its VoIP “triple play” of voice, fax, and modem services over the Internet. babyTEL’s customized suite of services are delivered to residential and corporate customers in over 7,000 locations across the U.S. and Canada. babyTEL services include Cloud Business Phone, Home Phone, FoIP, and Electronic Fax and are offered through its agents and reseller partners in the U.S. and Canada. To meet challenging needs, babyTEL customizes and expands its Services using its own development resources. Our partners, end-users, and network-support teams benefit from the availability of in-house developers for effective and timely support.