Seeking to provide a competitive turnkey solution to SMBs, a Brookline, Massachusetts-based IP-PBX (News
) provider today announced that its all-in-one solution is interoperable with another company’s duel voice and data offering.
According to David Li (News
), chief executive officer of Grandstream, today’s announcement will open new opportunities for value-added resellers and SMBs.
“We look forward to working closely with MegaPath (News
),” Li said.
The GXE502x, pictured right, is an all-in-one voice, video, fax and data communication solution for SMBs that’s designed to provide modern, high-quality, reliable and affordable communications.
Officials at MegaPath describe their duet service as a low-cost, high-speed Internet and full-featured voice service bundle for SMBs. The service is designed to provide the same features found in enterprise voice and data solutions but without the staffing requirements or investment in network and telephony equipment that are needed to deploy their own VoIP infrastructure.
Here’s how Grandstream diagrams its product’s role in the field:
According to Beth Tyebjee, MegaPath’s senior vice president of marketing, the company has a reputation for delivering leading-edge, enterprise class communication services tothe SMB market without the overhead.
“By combining the new Grandstream IP-PBX, customers can extend the flexibility of our Duet SIP trunking service and reduce costs by converging all of their critical business functions over a single Internet connection,” Tyebjee said.
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Michael Dinan is a contributing editor for TMCnet, covering news in the IP communications, call center and customer relationship management industries. To read more of Michael’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Michael Dinan