LG-Ericsson has launched the iPECS-LIK business communications products family. The company says iPECS-LIK delivers all of the functionality of a traditional PBX (and seriously, who is buying a “traditional” PBX these days?) with the addition of UC features.
Offering solutions from 10 users up to 1000 users – this would cover SMB up to [...]
It was inevitable. Snom (www.snom.com) has put the company’s snom ONE IP PBX software into a rack-mountable package.
The snom ONE plus is scalable from 20 to 150 extensions and comes pre-installed and configured as a plug-and-play hardware appliance for deployment with nearly all of the company’s IP phones.
Two versions are [...]
Snom (www.snom.com) has gone official with its IP PBX offering. “Tightly integrated” with the company’s desktop IP phones, snom ONE’s introduction is likely to make its resellers happy and perhaps Digium (www.digium.com) a little annoyed.
The software-only IP PBX is available immediately through snom distributors and VARs and comes in three flavors. A free [...]
Newly launched eZuce (www.ezuce.com) comes with some familiar names in the IP PBX world. Hoping onto the UC bandwagon – ok, so everyone is these days – eZuce openUC is bragging about seven years of development through SIPfoundry efforts.
Founder Steinmann started up SIPfoundry and the sipXecs project in 2004, along with morphing [...]
After being off the PR radar for nearly a year, Fonality (www.fonality.com) has gone through an extreme makeover and started making noise again through a “relaunch” of the company that includes 1) A website redesign 2) Actually talking to media again and 3) Doing a big presence at IT EXPO West. Oh yes, and [...]
Ringio (www.ringio.com) has completed its public beta (It doeth beg the question as to what that means, but it’s nicer than how Google handles its beta process, regardless) and has added more than a dozen new features to its “Rich Calling” service.
“Rich Calling” integrates data from CRM and IVR tools for SMBs, giving [...]
Among the news I’m catching up on from IT EXPO East 2010 is the team up between Dialogic and Ingate to build Ingate’s SIP Trunking software module into a new enterprise border element designed to connect “virtually any” (well, it is virtual…) SIP trunk with virtually any PBX.
Goodness is expected in seamless SIP [...]
Down in Miami last week, all the buzz was around FREETALK Connect, an PBX solution built to leverage Skype.
FREETALK Connect is schedule to roll out in March and will allow SBs (two to 49 users) to enable Skype calls from supported office phones, including the “free” Skype-to-Skype calls, mange Skype contact lists, and [...]
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Last week, I and about 26 other analysts and media were in Huntsville, Alabama as guests of ADTRAN. The company was making its introductory launch of a unified communications (UC) software [...]
Glendale AZ & Washington DC – As Digium celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Asterisk IP telephony platform this week at the AstriCon developer’s conference with cake and funny hats, this year’s keynote presentation by IBM CTO Mike Smith drifted into the mundane and dull — a very good thing.
Smith, brought in to [...]