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July 14, 2009

Zultys Received Interoperability Certification from SIP Print Labs

By Erin Harrison, Senior Editor

VoIP-provider Zultys Inc. has been certified by SIP Print (News - Alert) Labs’ certification program. SIP Print is the maker of the SIP-based VoIP call recording platform for small to medium sized businesses.
Silicon Valley-based Zultys (News - Alert) – founded in 2001 – manufactures business phone systems that scale easily to 10,000 users. An array of other leading VoIP system vendors are currently undergoing SIP Print Labs testing as well.
Company officials said this certification acknowledges Zultys interoperability as “delivering high performance and compliance with SIP standards and with SIP Print’s call recording solutions for VoIP communication systems.”
Zultys offers IP-PBX (News - Alert) servers and other unified communications products and service through features like voice calling, IM, email, presence, find me-follow me, call recording, contact voicemail and center, multi-location networking. 
In an interview with TMC (News - Alert), Pierre Kerbage, vice president of sales at Zultys, said: “While our MX250 platform includes 160 hours of call recording and unlimited external archiving as options, our smaller appliance, the MX30 does not, and this is where we see the biggest fit. In essence, SIP Print brings to the SMB, a capability that is not normally found, enabling organizations with the compliance and retention needs that they have.”
Zultys – as TMC reported earlier this year – is seeking to position itself for market share gains this year with a series of revisions, updates and new features to its five core product families: the “Media Exchanges,” or “MX” platform that’s at the heart of its IP-PBX and UC system; IP phones; software and system management; connectivity; and Web conferencing.
Zultys has eight years of experience delivering thousands of SIP solutions deployed in 110 countries in 19 different languages. The company’s systems are reportedly designed to boost productivity, reduce complexity, ease administration, reduce costs and provide high availability. 

“This certification assures our customers that our phone systems are of a high standard and performance,” said Steve Rothenberg, CEO of Zultys. “We are honored to be a part of the SIP Print Labs certified family of interoperable, mission critical products. Our collective goal is to streamline SIP call recording and improve overall performance.  Zultys has a robust and attractive product line, and this certification demonstrates our commitment to our customers.  We encourage others to take a closer look at our signature IP PBX technology.”
The SIP Print Labs certification program is a multi-faceted effort by SIP Print “to work together with IP-PBX vendors, customers, and channel partners to define standards of interoperability and performance for call recording applications on SIP-based phone systems,” according to the company.  The so-called “collaborative initiative” will provide for a call recording ecosystem upon which industry participants can rely for verified working solutions.  The certification brings exceptionally strong value and peace-of-mind to end-users with mission critical call recording applications, company officials said.

Erin Harrison is a Senior Editor with TMC. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Erin Harrison

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