Gamma picks up ‘Best VoIP Infrastructure’ at the ITSPA Awards 2016


Gamma has been announced by ITSPA (Internet Telephony Services Providers’ Association) as ‘Best VoIP Infrastructure’ for its market-leading Gamma SIP Trunks service. The ITSPA awards are designed to celebrate innovation and best practice within the communications industry.

The ‘Best VoIP Infrastructure’ award category focuses on companies providing back end services for VoIP providers and was independently judged based on key features of the service, innovation, how it’s differentiated from other services in the market and how well it delivers customer support. Detailed examples of how the service has been successfully deployed were also included in the submission. Alongside the written submission, each entrant underwent two months of technical testing.

Mike Mills, Head of Cloud and Infrastructure Channel at Gamma said “We’re delighted to be recognised by ITSPA as ‘Best VoIP infrastructure’ for our SIP Trunking service. We are committed to retaining our UK market-leading status for SIP Trunking and in order to do so, we know how important it is to stay at the forefront of innovation and deliver a first-rate service to our partners. We fully value our ITSPA membership and are proud to be part of a thriving community that work together to ensure our dynamic industry continues to be fully represented and an open and competitive sector is maintained”.

Rob Walton, MD at VTSL, ITSPA member and one of Gamma’s Channel Partners said: “It’s important that the partners we work with are forward-thinking and can effectively support us to deliver a reliable SIP Trunking service. We’ve been partnering with Gamma for seven years and our relationship has grown from strength to strength. We find it particularly refreshing to have direct access to Gamma’s senior management and key personnel within the business and it’s clear that they listen to our feedback and take it on board. This award is well-deserved and we look forward to continuing our relationship for many more years to come”.