- Lack of a fixed public network IP address;
- Complex network environment, with multi-level routers/firewalls
- No professional IT staff
To solve such longstanding problems, New Rock has innovatively integrated NAT traversal technology in its OM IP-PBX. When using OM IP-PBX for a telephone network, neither a fixed public network IP address nor router port mapping is required for either the headquarters or branch offices, thus significantly reducing the economic cost and technical barrier for a telephone network.
Individual enterprise: Mobile and networked extensionsUpon being connected to the network, corporate SIP extensions (IP phone, softphone, and voice gateway + analog phone) will be remotely registered using traversal technology with the enterprise’s New Rock IP-PBX, thereby achieving mobile, networked extensions.
Multi-branch enterprises: Trans-regional telephone networkEvery network site is installed with the New Rock OM IP-PBX. All IP-PBXs are inter-connected through NAT traversal service, creating a trans-regional corporate communication network, with extensions inside the network calling each other, free of charge.
Since its commercial launch in October 2017, the New Rock network NAT traversal service has been adopted in more than 1,000 enterprises, with a daily call volume on the platform reaching as high as 100,000. To ensure normal call operation, the New Rock research team has released new functions such as hot backup, monitoring and alarm, remote management, and protection against attacks, which is in strict adherence to our commitment of 99.99% reliability.