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Virtual PBX Reduces International Dialing Rates by as Much as 80 Percent

SAN JOSE, CA — (Marketwire) — 12/06/11 — Virtual PBX , inventor and leading supplier of hosted PBX services, announced today that it is reducing the cost of international calling in all of its plans by up to 80 percent. With this change, calls to multiple international locations — such as land lines in London and Buenos Aires, and mobile phones in Hong Kong — are as low as 1.9 cents per minute. The new rates are available now with no added fees or plan changes to all existing and new Virtual PBX customers on all plans.

 

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“Virtual PBX is always working to find ways to save money for our customers,” said Paul Hammond, CEO of Virtual PBX. “We already offer local numbers in over 40 countries for clients that want an international presence and want their callers to avoid the high costs of international dialing. Now we’ve made it possible for our customers to call out to international destinations with very low costs as well.”


The new international rates build on the company’s extensive history of providing cost-effective voice services to reach and receive vital business calls to and from locations around the world.

Virtual PBX, a U.S.-based company, started offering outbound dialing to international destinations when it developed the first hosted PBX in 1996. Now, clients can make calls out to international numbers or have employees receive calls on non-U.S. phones with a much lower rate per minute. And using the company’s Open Systems Initiative, calls can be routed to VoIP phones anywhere, for free.

In December 2009, Virtual PBX started offering local inbound numbers to their clients in thousands of cities worldwide, providing clients the ability to publish local numbers in these cities while maintaining business operations in the location of their choice. The combination of low outbound rates to international phone numbers, free VoIP calling anywhere, and local inbound numbers in both the U.S. and other countries makes Virtual PBX a strong hosted PBX choice for companies with personnel, clients or business activities in almost any global location.

Specific rate information can be found on the company’s website.

About Virtual PBX
Virtual PBX believes you never get a second chance to make a good first impression, especially when it comes to serving your customers. Our hosted PBX phone service gives businesses a professional, fully automated call answering and routing solution that can be up and running in a matter of minutes. Forget the hassles and costs of buying and maintaining your own PBX hardware. With Virtual PBX, your employees, whether in one location or far-flung, can focus on serving your customers while we provide the advanced features and responsiveness that give you a competitive edge. We also offer a backup phone service to ensure your business stays up and running should disaster strike.

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - December 11, 2011 at 7:21 pm

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Yealink “revitalises” VoIP market… heads to NZ

Yealink Network Technology is revitalising the VoIP space, with the world-leading hosted and SIP trunking provider breaking down the barriers of introducing innovative new solutions to market.

Distributed by Connector Systems across New Zealand, the tech giant has enjoyed growing success in the global IP phone market since its creation in 2001.

“In the past, the VoIP industry was largely monopolised by Avaya and Cisco,” says David Chen, CEO, Yealink.

“The closed protocol they adopted made introducing new solutions both expensive and difficult to deploy.”

While acknowledging the good quality of Polycom products, Chen says such offerings still remained highly-priced, meaning that only high-end customers could afford them.

“As a result, the SIP Phone industry offered no products that combined both high-quality and affordable pricing for the small and medium business market,” he adds.

In discovering a gap in the market, Chen identified major opportunities for change and progress.

In response, Yealink has positioned itself within the medium-class market and maintains a strong commitment to developing IP Phones that offer high-quality, easy deployment and attractive prices.

“The advent of IP Phone providers such as Yealink and Polycom has revitalised the whole VoIP market,” says Chen, widely regarded as an industry expert.

“This has changed VoIP use from being exclusive to inclusive, optimised the deployment of solutions from being difficult to very easy, and lowered prices from costly to affordable.”

Business philosophy…

After entering the market 13 years ago, Yenlink immediately committed itself 100% to SIP Phone development.

Today, the growing company employs more than 430 staff, of which more than 200 are Research and Development engineers and technical support engineers, building up a core team which represents in excess of 20 years of telecom industry experience.

As a global SIP Phone industry leader, Chen says Yealink prides itself on always being a trend-setter.

“For example, in the 2008 we launched the T2 HD voice series,” he adds. “This was quickly followed in 2010 by the launch of the T3XG series of colourful screen phones.

“In 2013, the innovative T4 series came out on to the market with their paperless feature, lower-than-average power consumption and high-quality acoustics which meet the stringent TIA920 standard.

“As a result, the T4 was series of quickly labeled as being low-carbon and eco-friendly phones.”

Chen says the driving force behind Yealink’s design philosophy is to make phones easy to use, to make VoIP products easy to buy, to make Yealink phones easy to configure and to ensure that customer service is always easy to access through swift technical support.

Market traction…

For the past five years, Yealink has maintained its double-digit revenue growth.

Based on Frost Sulliven surveys and analysis, Yealink is currently ranked as the Global TOP3 SIP phone provider – based as independent assessment of SIP phone sales volumes in 2012 and 2013.

With currently over 70 technical partners worldwide, Yenlik is also the premium partner for Broadsoft, the world’s largest carrier system provider.

In addition, Yealink products and services are used by heavyweight carriers that include KPN, BT and Telefonica.

Yealink is distributed by Connector Systems across New Zealand – for more information contact: Mark Dasent, General Manager, Connector Systems on +64 9 580 2841 or mark.dasent@connectorsystems.co.nz

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 19, 2014 at 1:17 am

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VOIP can be a lifeline for small businesses

VOIP can be a lifeline for small businesses


September 18, 2014 at 4:15 pm


Small businesses can cut costs and gain flexibility by implementing a VOIP system.

In the new economy, the survival of a business depends on its ability to reach clients and customers across time zones through clear, effective and consistent channels. And as mobile technology advances, global brands expand and the world becomes more connected, correspondence with potential partners is paramount. Even small businesses made up of a handful of staff can reach consumers on the other side of the world.

But for these small enterprises to effectively satisfy their customers they have to spend time and money. Overhead costs can be debilitating. As a result, many companies are thinking outside the box and challenging the traditional business methods.

One such up-and-coming option is the advent of Voice Over Internet Protocol, or VOIP. This system allows people to connect like they would on a landline or cellular phone. But instead of paying for a phone service, VOIP lets the user connect through the existing Internet network. Though the system is not perfect – and is constantly developing – it presents significant benefits, especially for the small business.

Cheaper than the average line
While land lines and cellular service require separate networks, payments and fees for excess use, VOIP operates over a company’s existing broadband connection. And that fixed rate is often lower than what cell phone companies charge. That’s because cellular providers have a heavier infrastructure to build and maintain and industry regulations to cope with, according to Entrepreneur.

VOIP also neutralizes costly employee moves or changes, which can sometimes have a price tag of over $100 with each occurrence. If a worker comes or goes, all an employer needs to do is move the VOIP-enabled phone to a different broadband outlet and plug it in. Additionally, international calls are no more expensive than a call to your neighbor, enabling global business to flourish without a second thought.

Bring business virtually anywhere
Wherever there is a broadband connection, there is VOIP capability. By connecting their laptops, employees can receive business calls even when they are out of the office, at home or on vacation. That way they won’t have to miss urgent calls and sacrifice possible business.

Plus, those that use VOIP instead of their own cell phones will avoid spending minutes and data on business. The enhanced flexibility VOIP offers is a major benefit for business trips, during which employees traveling out of the country would have to worry about international coverage, even a separate phone or plan. The Internet connection does away with all that hassle.

Improved sound quality and usability
Early in VOIP’s existence, companies had valid concern over the technology’s once-poor sound quality. Calls that are too quiet or replete with static are frustrating to get through and undoubtedly affect business transactions. Not only that, but both sides of a call had to be sitting at a computer. These are no longer the case, as developers continually analyze ways VOIP could improve. Now, calls can be made using standard phones or IP phones. There are even apps for smartphones like Skype and Viber that allow users to engage in free long-distance texting, calls and video calls.

For small businesses looking to reduce overhead and eliminate unnecessary, inconvenient and damaging charges, VOIP is a worthwhile system to look into. And as it continues to evolve, it is likely that more and more businesses and individuals across the world will make use of its convenience and flexibility.

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 19, 2014 at 12:17 am

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Canadien Businesses are Embracing the VoIP Solution

VoIP technology facilitates the transfer of voice and multimedia communication over the Internet by sending the data in packets using the Internet Protocol standard. This technology is in stark contrast to the traditional public switched telephone network –- also known as PTSN –- which transfers analog voice data over telephone networks. In addition, a VoIP solution can have many features not readily available through a traditional telephone service provider at no extra cost; such as mobile and computer telephone integrations, virtual number hosting and a centralized virtual hosted private branch exchange system or PBX.

Unlike standard phone service, the operating cost for a VoIP solution to a business is low because the technology uses a company’s existing broadband Internet connection to provide communication services. This means that for a fixed cost -– which is usually substantially lower than a traditional phone service provider –- a company can effectively manage all of its communication needs. In some cases, VoIP companies also reduce the upfront cost of switching to a VoIP solution by offering free IP phones and adapters as part of a long-term service contract.

VoIP systems are highly configurable, which is an attractive feature for most businesses. For example, an employee can still use the service while away from the office using free telephony software on his laptop or mobile phone. The only requirement is broadband access to the Internet. Voice mail messages and faxes can be automatically sent to an employee’s email account when he is unavailable to take a call or fax, and a VoIP number can be set up to ring on multiple devices simultaneously to avoid missed calls.

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 18, 2014 at 4:12 pm

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Enterprise VoIP–Future Potential of the Indian Market for Managed VoIP Solutions – SYS


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LONDON, Sept. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The study provides comprehensive insights into the VoIP market of India. The base year of the study is FY 2014 and the forecasted period is until FY 2020. A detailed analysis of the VoIP market in terms of minutes, revenue growth, market drivers, challenges, key trends, and their effect during the study period are discussed. Also included are the parameter inputs like the growth trajectory and a scenario-based analysis of managed and plain VoIP through FY 2020. The research methodology included primary research with service providers, published news and articles, Frost Sullivan published research services, and other secondary sources.

Key Findings
-The voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) market is growing and should maintain a compound average growth rate (CAGR) of% from 2014 to 2020.
-The VoIP market is primarily driven due to the cost effectiveness of the solution. A few of the prominent reasons for the traction being witnessed in the VoIP market could be articulated due to tremendous improvements in broadband networks, growth in affordability, and the computation capabilities of smartphones and computers.
-Deregulation of the Indian telecom market would spur the adoption of VoIP, which would cease the requirement of a separate infrastructure for international and domestic calls.
-Over-the-top (OTT) and Grey Market participants are gaining a formidable VoIP market share by following a price-based strategy.
-Cloud-based services are also witnessing traction, primarily due to the flexibility they offer.

Research Objectives, Scope, and Methodology

Research Objectives
-This study provides comprehensive insights into the VoIP market of India. The base year of the study is FY 2014. The forecast period is until FY 2020.
-The study includes a detailed analysis of the VoIP market in terms of minutes, revenue growth, market drivers, and challenges. Key trends in the VoIP market and their effect during the studied period are discussed.
-Detailed parameter input is given, like the growth trajectory of managed and plain VoIP through FY 2020.
-A scenario-based analysis for managed VoIP, plain VoIP, and the overall market is also included, with growth projections until FY 2020.

Research Scope
-Geographic scope: India
-Base year: FY 2014
-Years considered for forecasts: FY 2015–2020

Research Methodology
-Primary research with service providers
-Frost Sullivan published research services
-Published news
-Company Web sites
-Other secondary sources

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 18, 2014 at 1:10 pm

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Sponsored Post: Fundamentals of VoIP Monitoring and Troubleshooting, Part 3

You can get ahead of problems by collecting and storing CDRs and setting proactive alerts when certain thresholds are exceeded, like excessive jitter, latency, or packet loss.

By Chris Lee, SolarWinds Technical Product Marketing Manager

In part two of Fundamentals of VoIP Monitoring Troubleshooting, we discussed a few critical VoIP metrics like jitter, latency, packet loss, and MOS. As a best practice, these metrics should be monitored and measured constantly to ensure a high level of VoIP call quality. There are a few ways to capture, store, and monitor these performance metrics from various vantage points. As a rule of thumb in network and systems monitoring, you always want to monitor performance metrics as close to the end-user as possible, and VoIP is no exception to this rule.

However, point monitoring only gives you limited visibility and leaves many unknowns from a monitoring and troubleshooting perspective. It’s best to have a 10,000-foot view, coupled with the ability to quickly drill down to the details when a problem arises. Call Detail Records are a great way to get a big picture view, with the ability to quickly drill down into details when something looks abnormal in your VoIP environment.

So for example, let’s say that we’re monitoring a remote site and receive notification that a large portion of calls are experiencing a degraded MOS score of 2.5. When we drill into the details of the calls in question, we quickly see that the origin and destination of the problem calls involve two remote sites connected over an MPLS network. We also notice that jitter and latency have increased significantly, and this appears to be the reason for the degraded MOS score.

Armed with this data, you can decrease troubleshooting time and resolution significantly. Further, you can get ahead of these problems by collecting and storing CDRs and setting proactive alerts when certain thresholds are exceeded, like excessive jitter, latency, or packet loss. The last thing any VoIP Professional wants is to be blindsided by an unhappy VP of Sales, advising that calls are dropping on the last day of the quarter and that the company might miss their number as a result.

Call Detail Records can help you avoid this situation, but it’s important to collect this data on a continual basis, with the ability to set alerts and report on environment trends, etc.

So how do you enable CDRs and capture this data? I’ve included a link to two Knowledge Base articles below, one for Cisco Call Manager and the second for Avaya (Red) Communication Manager that walk you through the process.

* Enabling Cisco CDRs – Here
* Avaya CDRs – Herehttp://knowledgebase.solarwinds.com/kb/questions/5780/How+to+configure+an+Avaya+Call+Manager+for+VoIP+and+Network+Quality+Manager?CMP=SYN-CON-NoJitter-VNQM_Blog3-VNQM-RES-X

So now that you’re armed with Call Detail Records, how are you going to store the data for quick access on a continual basis? With the right Network Monitoring Software you can collect this data for extended periods of time, set proactive alerts, and trend data over time for reporting. Remember, when a user calls to tell you about a problem, there’s a good chance that you missed the opportunity to catch the problem in the act.

For more information on monitoring and troubleshooting with Call Detail Records, download our white paper, “Fundamentals of VoIP Monitoring Troubleshooting” here.

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 18, 2014 at 12:10 pm

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BridgeCall App Integrates VOIP Seamlessly To Android Phones

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The app is completely integrated to the regular Phone call experience. The Green band indicates if it is using VOIP or not.

Ever since the first VOIP call was created, the world has changed into a better place where it is possible to easily (and cheaply) keep in touch with people that matter in one’s lives, for a cost that was once unthinkable: free.  However, and despite the ubiquity of VOIP technology, the only way to have a truly seamless integration of VOIP in the mobile phone experience is a Carrier-supported WiFi call feature, which is very rare.

And this friction is exactly who most people don’t use VOIP calls all the time. For sure, there are other factors such as call quality and the fact that you already pay for minutes (probably), but user experience “friction” has a lot to do with it.

Bridgecall may be the solution: it is an Android app, which aims at being invisible. It integrates completely with the existing phone app and contacts user interface in Android phones. Users simply place call the way

When a call is made, it determines if both parties are registered on BridgeCall, and if that’s the case, the call switched to a free VOIP call, without user intervention. If not, the call uses the standard voice call provided by the carrier. This is pretty much the way it should work.

For this to function properly, both parties need to have a data connection, whether 3G, 4G or WiFi.  I’m not sure how much data it uses, but typically a good voice connection uses 28 Kbps which is quite small.

BridgeCall does an impressive job of integration that has eluded established players who all require users to open a different app. This gives Mobile Bridge Inc a chance to provide what users truly want: free calls that just work (whenever technically possible).

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 18, 2014 at 4:05 am

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BitTorrent Publishes The Bleep Alpha Peer-To-Peer Chat And VoIP Client On …

Android users have yet another option for data-only calls and text messages today, as BitTorrent Inc. posted an alpha version of its Bleep communication client to the Play Store. Bleep is designed to be an alternative to conventional calling and systems like Skype or WhatsApp, and requires no central server or service. Bleep has been invite-only since July, but now it’s ready to go public. Clients are also available for Windows and OS X computers.

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The core idea here is privacy: because Bleep makes a person-to-person connection with no middleman, there’s no way for anyone to hack in via remote and get to all that sweet, sweet, personally-identifiable communication. That’s the idea, anyway – if certain three-letter organizations want to peek in on you, there are other ways for them to go about it, but Bleep is aimed at closing at least some of that vulnerability.

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Chat messages and voice calls are free in Bleep, but currently there’s no way to ring “real” phone numbers (except the ones that are associated with a Bleep profile, a la WhatsApp, and that’s not really a call). You can import your address book and invite your contacts to download the app via email or a conventional SMS text, or just send them your public key. You can also swap information via a QR code in person. An incognito mode is supported; while it’s active no one will be able to find you with a search for your number, email address, or nickname. 

Bleep is pretty barebones at the moment, but that’s to be expected for an alpha. Give it a go if you’d like to try out a semi-secure and novel approach to data calls and texts.

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 18, 2014 at 12:04 am

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Enterprise VoIP–Future Potential of the Indian Market for Managed VoIP Solutions

LONDON, Sept. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The study provides comprehensive insights into the VoIP market of India. The base year of the study is FY 2014 and the forecasted period is until FY 2020. A detailed analysis of the VoIP market in terms of minutes, revenue growth, market drivers, challenges, key trends, and their effect during the study period are discussed. Also included are the parameter inputs like the growth trajectory and a scenario-based analysis of managed and plain VoIP through FY 2020. The research methodology included primary research with service providers, published news and articles, Frost Sullivan published research services, and other secondary sources.

Key Findings
-The voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) market is growing and should maintain a compound average growth rate (CAGR) of% from 2014 to 2020.
-The VoIP market is primarily driven due to the cost effectiveness of the solution. A few of the prominent reasons for the traction being witnessed in the VoIP market could be articulated due to tremendous improvements in broadband networks, growth in affordability, and the computation capabilities of smartphones and computers.
-Deregulation of the Indian telecom market would spur the adoption of VoIP, which would cease the requirement of a separate infrastructure for international and domestic calls.
-Over-the-top (OTT) and Grey Market participants are gaining a formidable VoIP market share by following a price-based strategy.
-Cloud-based services are also witnessing traction, primarily due to the flexibility they offer.

Research Objectives, Scope, and Methodology

Research Objectives
-This study provides comprehensive insights into the VoIP market of India. The base year of the study is FY 2014. The forecast period is until FY 2020.
-The study includes a detailed analysis of the VoIP market in terms of minutes, revenue growth, market drivers, and challenges. Key trends in the VoIP market and their effect during the studied period are discussed.
-Detailed parameter input is given, like the growth trajectory of managed and plain VoIP through FY 2020.
-A scenario-based analysis for managed VoIP, plain VoIP, and the overall market is also included, with growth projections until FY 2020.

Research Scope
-Geographic scope: India
-Base year: FY 2014
-Years considered for forecasts: FY 2015–2020

Research Methodology
-Primary research with service providers
-Frost Sullivan published research services
-Published news
-Company Web sites
-Other secondary sources

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 18, 2014 at 12:04 am

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Three VoIP Fax Providers That Are Essential in 2014, Ranked by …

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — (Marketwired) — 09/15/14 — Companies that are seeking to grow profitability and become successful have a lot of hurdles to overcome before they achieve those goals. One of the biggest stumbling blocks a company must overcome is efficient two-way communication between all of their colleagues and customers, which brings VoIP into play. Although traditional landline devices are still sufficient for basics, they have fallen behind in the modern age of technology, being replaced by faster, more modern methods. An example of such a method is a business VoIP fax provider that slashes the expense of bills. They also provide for much more efficient and speedy communication in a standardized process, thus encouraging business growth.

Switching to a VoIP fax service offers multiple advantages. One of the most prominent advantages of VoIP is the decreased cost in comparison to traditional landlines. Using VoIP fax providers over the Internet is much less expensive and there are all kinds of specific VoIP fax plans to accommodate the needs of any business. Because of the lower costs, a company doesn’t have to be concerned with limiting usage and can focus on customer service that will grow business relations.

To help with the selection of a VoIP fax service, experts at CheapestVoipCalls.net took multiple criteria into account to create a ranking of three essential VoIP fax providers for 2014. They used central aspects such as price, features, user reviews, expert ratings and more to compile the VoIP rankings below:

1. Faxage

Faxage has affordable and comprehensive VoIP services that allow integration into business systems and software. No special setup is required, and their VoIP fax packages offer the ability to transmit faxes, gather images, enable and disable DIDs, obtain status and check for number portability. Plans start at as low as $19.95 per month, with toll-free faxes and fast, consistent service with an https interface.

2. RingCentral

RingCentral offers various options when it comes to VoIP fax provider services. Businesses can receive faxes in an email inbox and use any Windows application to send outbound documents. There’s no need for hardware, and features include a toll-free or local number, a secure connection, integration with Outlook, mobile alerts and fax logs. Plan pricing for their VoIP fax packages starts at $6.59 per month.

3. Popfax

Popfax has the perfect VoIP solutions for any business with their VoIP fax services. There is no need to install any software, and they also provide a local fax number. Features include unlimited inbound faxes, VoIP fax service to email, worldwide SMS, fax reports and group VoIP fax merging. Businesses are able to use smart phones to handle faxes as well. Plans for this VoIP Fax Provider start at just $4.99 per month, and businesses can choose the VoIP package that’s right for them.

When it comes to choosing a VoIP fax provider for a company, it’s important to consider plan features, costs and reviews. Each of the three essential VoIP companies listed above offers excellent customer service to help with all aspects of VoIP fax services, from setup to the daily processing of documents. Business VoIP fax providers let companies put their attention to important matters such as providing top-notch customer care as well as giving them freedom from concern of cost. Communication is fast and efficient with VoIP services and companies that upgrade from outdated landlines will experience growth. Those who would like to learn more about VoIP fax services can visit http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/cheap-voip-fax-cheapest-online-fax/ for more information.

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 17, 2014 at 4:58 pm

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Matrix VoIP Gateways now interoperable with Brekeke IP-PBXs

Matrix Telecm Security logoMatrix is a leading manufacturer and provider of cutting-edge telecom solutions such as IP Phone Systems, VoIP Gateways, GSM Gateways and Key Telephone Systems. These solutions are feature-rich, reliable and suitable for different industry verticals and businesses of all size. As a strategic step to increase global market reach and expand interoperability with leading VoIP platforms and service providers, Matrix recently completed interoperability certification with Brekeke IP-PBXs.

Brekeke is an industry-leading developer of SIP software products for IP network communications, based in California, United States.

Sharing views on this interoperability program, Prashant Kaushik, Marketing Manager, Matrix Comsec said, “Starting from single port VoIP adaptor to carrier-grade VoIP-GSM-PRI-FXO/FXS Gateways, Matrix has one stop solution for every business needs. This interoperability program was designed and conducted to ensure reliable network connectivity especially to those using IP-PBX offering pure VoIP solutions for perennial business connectivity and customer delight, which is obvious.”

“This interoperability will help Brekeke customers and distribution partners to experience independent connectivity and reliability with networks. This will in turn increase Matrix reach among SMBs and large businesses availing Brekeke IP-PBX services” continued Prashant Kaushik.

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - September 17, 2014 at 3:58 pm

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