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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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Matrix to Spotlight its range of VoIP Gateways and Office-in-a-Box Solution at …

Matrix Telecm Security logoMatrix Comsec, a leading manufacturer and provider of IP based Phone Systems and Voice Gateways, is participating in ITEXPO 2014. Here, Matrix will showcase its latest range of VoIP gateways offering GSM-FXO-FXS-T1 PRI connectivity options. As VoIP continues to grow at a compounding rate globally and with high penetration of Hosted VoIP, Unified communications and SIP Trunking, the need for intelligent voice gateways is inevitable.

Award-winning series of Matrix Gateways are perfect for enterprise and carrier-class solutions. Starting from a single port VoIP adaptor to Carrier-grade VoIP-GSM-PRI-FXO/FXS gateways, Matrix has one stop solution for every business needs. Pre-loaded with superior voice quality and state-of-the-art routing features, Matrix Gateways are ideal for multi-site connectivity, disaster recovery, remote survivability, SIP Trunking and 3G Internet access.

Matrix will also showcase its revolutionary converged voice data office solution – NAVAN CNX200. It is ideal for any small office, start-up business or a branch office and offers all voice, data, internet, wireless, mobility and messaging from a single box. It delivers IP telephony, high-speed internet, wired and wireless data access, Android/iOS mobility and virtual private networking from a compact and converged platform.

Stengthening its range in business IP-PBXs, Matrix will launch its Enterprise platform – ETERNITY LE. It is a hybrid IP-TDM PBX system offering up to 1344 TDM and 1000 IP users from a single chassis. ETERNITY LE offers advanced telephony features such as IP telephony, unified messaging, 45 participants conference, CTI, smartphone mobility and lot more.

ITEXPO is an ideal destination to find the industry in 4 walls, bringing IT professionals, system integrators and business prospects under one roof. We are looking forward to meet key service providers and system integrators to explain our business solution.” Said Shaun Trivedi, Business Manager.

Visit Matrix at Stall Number:430, The Rio Las Vegas, 3700 W Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103.

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Phone Service Provider Convergia’s IP PBX Business Phone Systems Support …

Montreal, Canada, July 31, 2014 –(PR.com)– Montreal, Canada, US and international voice and data service provider Convergia offers high quality IP PBX phone system solutions which support Multiple Calling Rules.

Alejandro Bitar, President of Convergia, explained, “Convergia offers a huge selection of IP PBX office telephone systems and business communication solutions that can all be custom tailored for the specific needs of any business, large or small. An IP PBX business phone system supporting multiple dial plans enables companies to create various dial-plan logics, while assigning different calling rules for each dial plan.”

Bitar added, “IP PBX office phone systems from Convergia are easy to use and they save customers money by using VOIP technology.”

Visit Convergia.ca for more information regarding business IP PBX systems, multiple calling rules and many other business phone services.

About Convergia

Convergia is a Montreal, Canada, US and International long distance calling service provider and a world-class provider of voice, data, and Internet services, with a wide range of internet phone service plans for residential, business and wholesale customers. Founded in 1998, Convergia is a Montreal-based corporation, part of a seven billion dollar group of companies with over 6,000 employees located in over 50 countries, with a cutting edge fiber optic network spanning over 50 countries across 4 continents and connecting more than 150 points of presence. Offering a wide range of voice and data services, including local analog and digital phone lines, long distance, cellular services, hosted PBX, dedicated PRI and T1 voice circuits, ADSL, high speed static IP Internet, MPLS networks, domestic and international toll free, audio and web conferencing, VOIP, SIP trunking, computer softphone, global travel calling cards, and prepaid services, Convergia has developed into one of the largest privately held global end-to-end telecom networks in the world.

For further information, please contact:

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Top 5 VoIP mistakes

Top five VoIP mistakes

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If you’re switching to a network-based phone system, make sure you avoid these top five VoIP mistakes.

Choosing Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) for your business can be a great decision for your business, but it has the potential to go wrong if you’re not prepared. Make sure you don’t fall victim to these common VoIP mistakes. See also: how to write your company’s IT security policy

Top 5 VoIP mistakes

Top five VoIP mistakes

1. Convergence

Yes, the biggest advantage of VoIP is also the biggest disadvantage. Your PC network may present all the signs of being in tip-top nick, and could have seemed that way for years, but voice traffic will mercilessly expose shortcomings, any under-specified switches or cheap, capped-bandwidth internet links. One VoIP-addicted business I’ve been advising was more than a little surprised to find it was using 175GB of data per month, including hundreds of phone calls a week, across a small, extremely “converged” LAN.

2. Deconvergence

Even the toughest LAN-based phone system design will exhibit computer-style failure modes. Very few hard disks interrupted the operation of a World War II-era field telephone, since they don’t need all that malarkey to function. Buying a system priced “because it’s VoIP” and assuming it will be immune to all those computer niggles because it’s physically separate from your network isn’t going to put you in the good books of the board after the next big virus day/snowstorm/power outage.

3. Any old router will do

Top five VoIP mistakes

Big, metal VoIP systems have their place, as do the best of the bottom-end systems, and they may even use the same protocols and present the same services inside your LAN. However, you can still pick one that doesn’t sit well with the size, call volumes and business priorities of your enterprise. “Left uncontrolled, traffic becomes congested and VoIP becomes unreliable, resulting in lost calls or unintelligible conversations,” explains DrayTek’s Julian Hubble. “A business-class router with a feature called Quality of Service (QoS) will give all VoIP calls the right level of priority to help ensure other users don’t affect the smooth running of the VoIP service.” So, make sure you choose right. I remember visiting a business that was using a tiny home-office router to run 30 users, three VPN tunnels, two Wi-Fi networks and half a dozen SIP provider gateway definitions.

4. Not all internet services are the same

This is a problem that consistently hits smaller businesses, as Hubble says: “There are many low-cost broadband services available, which, largely, are fine for general internet access. However, many factors associated with the provision of your internet service can affect voice quality when using VoIP, so it’s essential to check that you have a broadband connection capable of running VoIP. Your selected ITSP should be able to provide such a service or recommend a suitable partner organisation that can.”

Top five VoIP mistakes

5. Mistaking an IT project for a phone project

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Top 5 VoIP mistakes

Top five VoIP mistakes

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Posted on 31 Jul 2014 at 12:33

If you’re switching to a network-based phone system, make sure you avoid these top five VoIP mistakes.

Choosing Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) for your business can be a great decision for your business, but it has the potential to go wrong if you’re not prepared. Make sure you don’t fall victim to these common VoIP mistakes. See also: how to write your company’s IT security policy

Top 5 VoIP mistakes

Top five VoIP mistakes

1. Convergence

Yes, the biggest advantage of VoIP is also the biggest disadvantage. Your PC network may present all the signs of being in tip-top nick, and could have seemed that way for years, but voice traffic will mercilessly expose shortcomings, any under-specified switches or cheap, capped-bandwidth internet links. One VoIP-addicted business I’ve been advising was more than a little surprised to find it was using 175GB of data per month, including hundreds of phone calls a week, across a small, extremely “converged” LAN.

2. Deconvergence

Even the toughest LAN-based phone system design will exhibit computer-style failure modes. Very few hard disks interrupted the operation of a World War II-era field telephone, since they don’t need all that malarkey to function. Buying a system priced “because it’s VoIP” and assuming it will be immune to all those computer niggles because it’s physically separate from your network isn’t going to put you in the good books of the board after the next big virus day/snowstorm/power outage.

3. Any old router will do

Top five VoIP mistakes

Big, metal VoIP systems have their place, as do the best of the bottom-end systems, and they may even use the same protocols and present the same services inside your LAN. However, you can still pick one that doesn’t sit well with the size, call volumes and business priorities of your enterprise. “Left uncontrolled, traffic becomes congested and VoIP becomes unreliable, resulting in lost calls or unintelligible conversations,” explains DrayTek’s Julian Hubble. “A business-class router with a feature called Quality of Service (QoS) will give all VoIP calls the right level of priority to help ensure other users don’t affect the smooth running of the VoIP service.” So, make sure you choose right. I remember visiting a business that was using a tiny home-office router to run 30 users, three VPN tunnels, two Wi-Fi networks and half a dozen SIP provider gateway definitions.

4. Not all internet services are the same

This is a problem that consistently hits smaller businesses, as Hubble says: “There are many low-cost broadband services available, which, largely, are fine for general internet access. However, many factors associated with the provision of your internet service can affect voice quality when using VoIP, so it’s essential to check that you have a broadband connection capable of running VoIP. Your selected ITSP should be able to provide such a service or recommend a suitable partner organisation that can.”

Top five VoIP mistakes

5. Mistaking an IT project for a phone project

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Five Business VoIP Solutions That Can Enhance the Success of a Company …

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — (Marketwired) — 07/29/14 — Each day, businesses must find ways to build meaningful relationships with clients and other businesses to become successful. There is so much that goes into these daily operations, that worrying about monthly spending on telecommunications should be the least of businesses worries. The good news is that there are business VoIP solutions available that can take the worry and hassle away from telecommunications and allow businesses to focus on what’s important and pressing.

That is not to say that the right telecommunications or solutions are not important, it just should be something that is taken care of, one time and correctly. Business VoIP solutions can give businesses all of the tools they need to be successful and profitable. The providers of these solutions give not just the service, but tons of additional features to help keep calls organized, answered quickly and efficiently. Our analysts at Voxilla.com recently discussed the five business VoIP solutions that can enhance the success of a company. The analysts looked at additional features, cost of the service, customer satisfaction and more for their rankings. Here are the five they decided on:

1) Vonage Business Solutions

Vonage Business Solutions offer their products at a low price and with no long contracts that tie customers down. Vonage Business Solutions have been the leader on the market for some time now and their customers continue to come back again and again. They have a strong customer service team that is well equipped to answer any questions and they are available to be reached 24/7.

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2) RingCentral

RingCentral is another one of the leaders on the business VoIP solution market. Their prices begin at $24.99 per month and there is no additional hardware needed to access the system. Once signed up, activation is instant and businesses can begin using the cloud-based system that includes fax, text, voice, conferencing and HD video meetings.

3) CorvisaCloud

CorvisaCloud’s solutions are loaded with great additional enhancements. They offer the ability to keep the same phone number, never miss a call and not have to install or maintain and expensive hardware. CorvisaCloud’s customer service staff is easily reachable and helpful with all inquiries. The company has several different packages and suite available that can help a small business all the way to large call centers.

4) Mitel

Mitel has been around for a very long time on the business VoIP market. Their customers come back to them because of their stellar services and low prices. Mitel offers clear call quality and some really great features to help a business stand out against their competitors.

5) Jive

Jive is another leader on the market because of their innovative technology and economical rates. With the service, customers receive call transfers, call routing, unlimited extensions, auto attendant and much more. The company has very affordable and low international rates and they keep coming up with new products to keep their clients enticed.

Businesses interested in learning more about business VoIP solutions should visit: http://voxilla.com/business-voip/.

Voxilla.com is an authority business and residential VoIP service provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best VoIP provider for them.

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BlackBerry: Your PBX May Be Your Biggest Security Exposure

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I’ve been thinking about the BlackBerry security presentation I attended in New York a lot this week, largely because it scared the bejesus out of me. In case you haven’t yet heard it, The New York Times covered the conversation between U.S. diplomats that was discussed during the presentation; this recorded conversation was released by Russia on Twitter. Taken out of context, the more colorful parts of this conversation could not only be a career killer, but likely did a ton of damage to the U.S./EU relationship at a time when both entities needed to work together to address the Ukraine problem. Folks not in security may assume this is the only conversation that was captured, but that would be a false assumption. This was simply the tidbit that Russia thought would do the most damage; they likely know more about what many U.S. government officials do on a daily basis than our government does (with the possible exception of the NSA and CIA).

Why is this scary? Because this was a cell phone conversation using digital cell phones. Most of us believe those calls are secure and, for the most part, they have been. But with advancements in unstructured data analysis and massive increases in scanning, it is likely that your calls are being captured by at least one government, if not two, if you live or work in a large city center.

BlackBerry points out that with its latest technology, it can mitigate this, and right now, it is the only mainstream cell phone firm that can. But wait, there is more. BlackBerry’s technology only works with other BlackBerry phones or specially configured trunks. This last part may mean we are screwed. Let me explain.

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I came into the technology market through ROLM Systems, which later became IBM’s telephony division until it was sold to Siemens, which pretty much finished killing it. I was in Finance, Internal Audit and Competitive Analysis. I actually wrote the turnaround plan for the division that unintentionally resulted in getting the division sold (that’ll teach me to be exhaustive). That plan contained the core point that is pertinent here. It had been assumed that companies would replace their PBX and related technology as they would their servers, at the time on an eight-year cadence. Advances in voice, voice mail, routing, voice quality and — here is the important part – security, would drive this cadence.

Our plan was largely based on the theory that voicemail, not email, would rule. But what happened was that the telephony folks didn’t operate like the other IT folks. And instead of replacing PBXs every eight years, they weren’t replacing them, period. That is why when you look at PBX companies, they are a lot harder to find now. They were far too reliable for their own good.

But this also means that they are based mostly on thinking that existed before Netscape and the Internet. In other words, their security isn’t just out of date, it is decades out of date.

Can’t Do Encryption

Back when PBXs were king, the way you monitored phone calls was to physically intercept the call by splicing into the line and effectively mirroring the data, which was most often in analog form, to another device, or put a microphone in the phone and linked it physically or wirelessly to a remote monitor. Wireless phones at the time were mostly analog and all you needed was a radio on the same frequency to listen in (like a lot of folks do with baby monitors today). With a PBX line, monitoring was difficult because the PBX would dynamically assign trunks to incoming calls. Later models would use one or more T-1s, which would aggregate the calls and you’d have to capture every call and physically listen to it for the entire company, making the microphone approach far easier and far more common. An agency like the NSA or FBI might tap a T-1 and put analysts on the job of listening to calls, but this approach was well beyond the capabilities of an individual, company or typical law or public investigation firm.

Cell phones were thought to be secure in much the same way, because you’d have to record all the conversations going in and out of each cell tower and then someone would need to listen to them. But computers can do all of that now at scale, which is why BlackBerry is pushing encryption.

However, the current generation of PBXs can’t do encryption. The fix is to put devices on the trunks that sense an encrypted call and encrypt/decrypt the conversation. The problem is, that fix doesn’t address PBXs that are networked or the T-1 digital feed from SS7 nodes. It also means that inside the company, the calls remain unencrypted. Any time a call is made to anything that doesn’t have this encrypted capability, it is in the clear. Oh, and if you don’t call the company through one of the special trunks (PBXs have software that automatically routes the call to the cheapest line, which likely won’t be encrypted), the call isn’t protected.

In effect, with the possible exception of some of the newer VOIP products (which I have checked), your decades-old PBX can’t be protected adequately. And the system that used to drive the White House isn’t even close to being secure enough (it was one of ours). I expect we’ll start hearing some interesting conversations out of it shortly unless it has been replaced.

Wrapping Up: Two Options for Voice Security

If you are in one of the areas where security is critical like government, military, health care, finance, pharma, legal, high tech or advanced development in any industry, you need to get rid of your PBX. Either replace it with something that can do dynamic encryption to the handset or dump the entire idea of a PBX, get everyone on secure cell phones and then virtualize the PBX function for call routing.

I know of a few firms that are supposedly looking at how to do this; you really don’t need two phones for every employee and most of the ones that do business on a cell phone have a company phone.

One piece of final advice: Until you know that you are on a secure encrypted line, figure that someone will eventually listen to whatever you are saying, and adjust what you are saying accordingly. If you don’t say something that will come back to haunt you, it won’t matter if someone is listening in.

Rob Enderle is President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Group, a forward-looking emerging technology advisory firm.  With over 30 years’ experience in emerging technologies, he has provided regional and global companies with guidance in how to better target customer needs; create new business opportunities; anticipate technology changes; select vendors and products; and present their products in the best possible light. Rob covers the technology industry broadly. Before founding the Enderle Group, Rob was the Senior Research Fellow for Forrester Research and the Giga Information Group, and held senior positions at IBM and ROLM. Follow Rob on Twitter @enderle, on Facebook and on Google+

 

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Three Residential VoIP Providers That a Residence Can Easily Afford, Announced by CheapestVoipCalls.net

SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – Jul 30, 2014) – Residences have plenty of things to worry about. How they keep in touch with family and friends should not be one of them. The income of a household should be going towards the necessities of life and the bank should not be broken on a telecommunication provider. For many residences, landline services are what connect them to the people that are most important to them, but those services are expensive and do not give the customers much else then just a connection. Residential VoIP providers offer the same services as landline providers, but at a fraction of the cost. They also give customers a ton of great features that enhance call quality and the entire user experience.

Specialists at CheapestVoipCalls.net came together to decide the three residential VoIP providers that residences can easily afford. For their list, the specialists looked into price, additional features, customer satisfaction, customer service staffs and more. Here are the three that they decided were the easiest to afford on the market:

1) Internet Telephone Provider (ITP)

ITP equips households with great residential VoIP products that not only can save households money, but can increase the time spent on the phone and can make that time more enjoyable. With plans starting at $8.32 per month, ITP has several different packages to choose from depending on call volume and necessity. ITP also comes with more additional features than any other provider. Included is call waiting, 3-way calling, missed call to text, call recording and many more.

2) Phone Power

Phone Power offers their residential services for prices starting at just $5.99 per month. Another great benefit is that Phone Power gives their customers unlimited calling to the United States and Canada, as well as very competitive international rates, which can help save a ton on monthly bills. The installation process and access to their services is very easy and comes with a 30 day money back guarantee in case clients are not satisfied with the service.

3) VOIPo

VOIPo also offers a 30 day money back guarantee. Their customer service staff is ranked very highly among their users for their dependability and quick turnaround times. VOIPo offers over 40 calling features to enhance call quality as well as 60 minutes of free international calling per month. Call blocking, do not disturb, caller ID, call waiting and much more are included with the residential VoIP services from VOIPo.

Residences need to realize the advantages of having a residential VoIP provider in their home. The savings alone as well as all of the additional enhancements, make switching from a landline provider a no brainer. Keeping in touch with loved ones has never been so easy and economical than with a residential VoIP provider. Residences or individuals that are interested in learning more about what these services and providers have to offer should visit: http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/residential-voip/.

CheapestVoipCalls.net is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences find the best VoIP Provider for them.

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Three Residential VoIP Providers That a Residence Can Easily Afford …

SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – Jul 30, 2014) – Residences have plenty of things to worry about. How they keep in touch with family and friends should not be one of them. The income of a household should be going towards the necessities of life and the bank should not be broken on a telecommunication provider. For many residences, landline services are what connect them to the people that are most important to them, but those services are expensive and do not give the customers much else then just a connection. Residential VoIP providers offer the same services as landline providers, but at a fraction of the cost. They also give customers a ton of great features that enhance call quality and the entire user experience.

Specialists at CheapestVoipCalls.net came together to decide the three residential VoIP providers that residences can easily afford. For their list, the specialists looked into price, additional features, customer satisfaction, customer service staffs and more. Here are the three that they decided were the easiest to afford on the market:

1) Internet Telephone Provider (ITP)

ITP equips households with great residential VoIP products that not only can save households money, but can increase the time spent on the phone and can make that time more enjoyable. With plans starting at $8.32 per month, ITP has several different packages to choose from depending on call volume and necessity. ITP also comes with more additional features than any other provider. Included is call waiting, 3-way calling, missed call to text, call recording and many more.

2) Phone Power

Phone Power offers their residential services for prices starting at just $5.99 per month. Another great benefit is that Phone Power gives their customers unlimited calling to the United States and Canada, as well as very competitive international rates, which can help save a ton on monthly bills. The installation process and access to their services is very easy and comes with a 30 day money back guarantee in case clients are not satisfied with the service.

3) VOIPo

VOIPo also offers a 30 day money back guarantee. Their customer service staff is ranked very highly among their users for their dependability and quick turnaround times. VOIPo offers over 40 calling features to enhance call quality as well as 60 minutes of free international calling per month. Call blocking, do not disturb, caller ID, call waiting and much more are included with the residential VoIP services from VOIPo.

Residences need to realize the advantages of having a residential VoIP provider in their home. The savings alone as well as all of the additional enhancements, make switching from a landline provider a no brainer. Keeping in touch with loved ones has never been so easy and economical than with a residential VoIP provider. Residences or individuals that are interested in learning more about what these services and providers have to offer should visit: http://cheapestvoipcalls.net/residential-voip/.

CheapestVoipCalls.net is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences find the best VoIP Provider for them.

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - July 30, 2014 at 10:42 pm

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Ubiquiti Networks Introduces Enterprise VoIP Technology for UniFi SDN Platform

SAN JOSE, Calif., July 30, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq:UBNT), a next-generation communications technology company, today announced that it has launched UniFi® VoIP, a new line of Enterprise smart phone technology featuring advanced Android™ based touch-screen phones. The system will be managed by a powerful PBX integrated within the UniFi Software Defined Networking (SDN) Control Plane to provide seamless, complete, scalable telephony capabilities. UniFi VoIP will be the first telephony solution of its price/performance class offering a superior user-experience at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions. 

UniFi VoIP phones will ship with powerful enterprise smart phones including:

  • Hi-resolution touch screens
  • Android KitKat 4.4.2 with Google Apps and Google Play support
  • Advanced call manager application with powerful conferencing and group calling features
  • Premium stereo sound* for superior speakerphone calling experience
  • Ergonomic headset with integrated mute button
  • WiFi** and Bluetooth wireless capabilities
  • Integrated hi-res video camera for video conferencing**
  • 802.3af Power over Ethernet
  • Ethernet switch with secondary Ethernet connector for PC connectivity

*Supported in Executive Model.    **Supported in Pro/Executive Models.

The UniFi SDN Controller will support multiple enterprise-grade features, including:

  • Automated Attendant (IVR)
  • Plug and Play SIP Setup (no analog phone lines needed)
  • Advanced call groups and conference call capabilities
  • Feature-rich voicemail system
  • Alerts to email
  • Centralized call logs

“While UniFi wireless is closing in on Cisco for the worldwide lead in Enterprise WiFi Access Point shipments, the UniFi platform will become much more than just wireless. It will shape into a massive Software Defined Networking platform encompassing routing, switching, video security, VoIP, wireless and much more.  After a focused RD effort, we are excited to enter the Enterprise VoIP technology space,” said Ben Moore, vice president of business development at Ubiquiti Networks. UniFi VoIP is now sampling with shipments expected this quarter.

For more information on UniFi VoIP, visit http://www.ubnt.com/unifi-voip/overview/

About Ubiquiti Networks

Ubiquiti Networks (Nasdaq:UBNT) is closing the digital divide by building network communication platforms for everyone and everywhere. With over 20 million devices deployed in over 180 countries, Ubiquiti is transforming under-networked businesses and communities. Our leading edge platforms, airMAX®, airFiber®, UniFi®, UniFi® Video, UniFi® VoIP, mFi® and EdgeMAX® combine innovative technology, disruptive price performance and the support of a global user community to eliminate barriers to connectivity. For more information, join our community at http://www.ubnt.com.

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Certain statements in this press release are forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Statements other than statements of historical fact including words such as “will” and “expect”, and statements in the future tense, are forward looking statements. The statements in this press release that could be deemed forward-looking statements include statements regarding release of new products and expected performance, features, price-performance disruptiveness, growth prospects, product applications, and potential benefits, market positioning, short and long-term opportunities, and any statements or assumptions underlying any of the foregoing. You should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements. There are a number of important factors that could cause actual events to differ materially from those indicated or suggested by such forward-looking statements. Also, forward-looking statements represent our management’s beliefs and assumptions only as of the date made. Ubiquiti Networks undertakes no obligation to update information contained in this press release. You should review our SEC filings carefully, particularly the discussions under the heading “Risk Factors” and elsewhere in our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended June 30, 2013, subsequent Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, and other filings filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that identify risks that could cause actual results to differ from those made in such forward-looking statements. Copies may be obtained by contacting the Ubiquiti Networks Investor Relations Department by email at IR@ubnt.com or by visiting the Investor Relations section of the Ubiquiti Networks website, http://ir.ubnt.com.

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         Ben Moore
         Vice President, Business Development
         Ubiquiti Networks, Inc.
         press@ubnt.com


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