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July 1, 2008
TelePacific Communications has announced an extension to its SIP-based product line, SmartVoice, offering a direct SIP network connection directly to the customer’s IP PBX. Current SmartVoice SIP trunk services provide traditional PRI and CAS network connections.
With the new SIP handoff, customers will be able to plug the circuit directly into their SIP-enabled PBX, thus avoiding the need for additional capital expenditures. TelePacific installed its first SIP Network Connection service in partnership with Allworx after extensive interoperability lab and field testing.
Allworx’ portfolio of SMB products, for companies up to 100 users per site, includes the 24x, 10x and 6x VoIP communications systems, as well the 9100 and 9200 IP phone series with traditional key or PBX system functionality and a series of software options (call assistant, call queuing, conference center, VPN, etc.). Allworx systems can also function as e-mail and Web servers, SPI firewalls and routers. Additional manufacturer models are queued for field deployment third quarter 2008.
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