Bletchley, Milton Keynes - 26th October 2007 - ipcortex own range of IP-PBX solutions cause a stir at Convergence Summit South 2007
Proving themselves as a sizeable force in the rapidly advancing VoIP industry, ipcortex enjoyed a particularly successful Convergence Summit this year - meeting a host of both new and familiar faces.
The Convergence Summit South 2007, held at Sandown Park Racecourse in Esher, Surrey, was the setting for the second major release of the VoIPCortex IP-PBX platform.
Enhancing the capabilities of its mature and widely deployed range of IP-PBX units, the release builds on the functionality of the existing Pro and VoIPCortex rack mount units and adds an entirely new Compact VoIPCortex unit. Optimised for SMEs, the Compact PBX allows smaller organisations to discover the benefits of VoIPCortex IP-PBX solutions.
As visitors treated themselves to breakfast in the ipcortex bar ipcortex Managing Director Rob Pickering commented, "VoIPCortex units are flexible, open, feature-rich, and above all simple to configure, leading to much reduced deployment costs for installations of all sizes. With our enhanced family of VoIPCortex IP-PBX units these benefits are accessible to all - from high-powered enterprise to SMEs".
All VoIPCortex systems now include advanced features such as voicemail with unified messaging, call records with billing data, IVR menus, conference bridge, hunt groups, hot-desking capabilities, music-on-hold, call queues and soft-fax - all configured through an intuitive web based UI. Auto configuration of Aastra, Elmeg, Linksys, Polycom and snom ip phones is a key feature for speedy system installation, ammounting to a truely open solution.
"The new release of the VoIPCortex IP-PBX range was developed for resellers with ease of implementation in mind. Focussing on open and scalable solutions, the VoIPCortex IP-PBX range allows the reseller to truely meet their clients' needs - without complication or vendor restriction", explained Pickering.