Bletchley, Milton Keynes - 2nd October 2007 - ipcortex launch second major release of its widely deployed VoIPCortex IP-PBX platform at Convergence Summit South 2007
ipcortex is set to radically change the PBX landscape with the second major release of its VoIPCortex IP-PBX platforms. Enhancing the capabilities of its mature and widely deployed platform, this release builds upon 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.
VoIPCortex units are flexible, open, feature-rich, and above all simple to configure, leading to much reduced deployment costs for installations of all sizes.
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.
The Convergence Summit South 2007 is being held at The Surrey Hall, Sandown Park Racecourse, Portsmouth Rd Esher, Surrey, KT10 9AJ
Tue 09 Oct 10.00 16.30
Wed 10 Oct 10.00 16.00
From London take the A3 and follow the signs to Sandown Park. Alternatively, from the M25 turn off at Junction 10 and follow the A3 back towards London for 2 miles to the junction with the A307, where Sandown Park is well sign-posted.
Access from the Road
The Main Entrance in to Sandown Park is from the Portsmouth Road, at the bottom of Esher High Street.
Ample free onsite parking is available.
For a more detailed map and directions click here
It takes only 25 minutes to get from London Waterloo to Esher railway station which is adjacent to the back entrance of the racecourse. From there turn left out of the station on to Station Road and turn right when reaching the 'T junction' to join Portsmouth Road. The entrance to Sandown Park is then about a 10 minute walk, on the right hand side