Category Archives: VOIP Products
If your organization has been looking for a new phone system and considering IP PBX, the 3CX Phone System belongs near the top of the list. 3CX has been awarded the CRN emerging vendor award for the second year running. … Continue reading
Our clients don’t normally ask for a typical phone system. From hands-free warehouse work environments to virtual employee extensions on-site at a client’s office, no company needs just a phone system. Today’s employees and business leaders are working hard but … Continue reading
A great feature of Grandstream GXP Phones is the ability to customize the screen with XML. Administrators can customize the screens on Grandstream’s GXP21xx IP Phones to show a 3CX logo, or any other graphical logo for that matter. Screens … Continue reading
This month, 3CX released version 11 of the 3CX Phone System. Version 11 promises to extend mobility to help companies cut down their total telephony costs. The update allows companies several meaningful improvements. It allows users access to the 3CX MyPhone … Continue reading
From April 22 (“Earth Day”) to June 22, 2012 snom COO Michael Knieling announced that since PoE is widely preferred, snom has decided not to include power supplies with phones and devices in the standard package. According to snom, the … Continue reading
The 3CX Blog has announced that their 3CX Phone System has earned the company a place on Everything Channel’s 2011 CRN Emerging Technology Vendor list. 3CX is a telecommunications developer of Windows-based PBX software. The annual list features the most … Continue reading
SIP is a dominant emerging player for telephony and the post on NoJitter.com by Melanie Turek (VP, Research, Frost & Sullivan) supports this statement . F&S research estimates that SIP phone shipments will more than double by 2015, reaching around 4.7 … Continue reading
Telewebtech has been supportive of open phone systems since its inception, in fact it was founded on the idea that systems should be built to embrace component competition. We have not opted for Open Source solutions (yet) and find that … Continue reading
This is the bulk of the review: its not a newbie system. Though not difficult, the engineers on our team felt the front-end was a bit clunky and not intuitive. Continue reading
Skype has rolled out several products for businesses this year. With many smaller companies including NPOs already using Skype’s consumer services to reduce international and long-distance charges, it seemed inevitable the service would open up a plan for business services. The overview seems simple enough: attach Skype to a current PBX as a specific call plan for inter-office (internal) calls and add credits for low-cost international/long-distance calls to non-skype users.
After reviewing the extensive list of perks on Skype’s Business Homepage, I narrowed down their to several benefit claims in order of frequency: Pricing, Business Features, and Ease of Integration.