Telinta, a provider of hosted billing and VoIP switch partition platforms for start-up telecoms, has released 'a new IP phone profile for Cisco (News
) small business SPA 504G VoIP phone,' which is, 'available now on Telinta's Hosted PortaSwitch,' said Alex Ferdman, Telinta's CEO.
Providing secure and flexible hosted PortaSwitch services for service providers, Telinta has introduced its new IP phone profiles on its hosted platform which, 'allow service providers to mass provision end-users devices directly from PortaSwitch administrative interface without the need to configure IP phones on customer premises,' according to Ferdman.
IP phones are now able to automatically download their configuration with the Hosted PortaSwitch's auto-provisioning feature which is based on each account's ID and password and downloads directly from Telinta's servers.
The specific new item, Cisco SPA 504G 4-Line IP Phone (News
), 'is a successor to the popular Linksys SPA9xx series,' according to Ferdman. Including a variety of features and flexible service parameters, the Cisco phone employs the benefits of IP telephony while attends to the needs of business users.
Having been tested to guarantee the interoperability of Cisco SPA 504G 4-Line IP Phone
with Telinta's Hosted PortaSwitch, Telinta's 'new SPA 504G phone profile enables service providers to quickly roll out competitive, feature-rich services to their customers.'
Recently, Telinta demonstrated
its switch partition products at International Telecoms Week 2010.
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