Sunday, August 8, 2010

3CX Phone System Operable with Yealink IP Phones

3CX, the award winning Phone System for Windows has completed successful tests with Yealink IP video and voice Phones.
The 3CX CEO, Nick Galea, said: “We are pleased to announce the interoperability between 3CX and Yealink. Yealink IP phones are easy-to-configure and very cost-effective which makes them an excellent addition to the phone range supported by 3CX. Therefore customers and partners can be assured that Yealink phones are fully tested and supported with 3CX.”

Stone Lu, the VP of Yealink was also very pleased with the interoperability of their award-winning products and 3CX; in particular the combination of the 3CX IP PBX and the Enterprise HD IP Phone to create a value-for-money innovative solution for SMBs.

3CX Phone System for Windows is based on the SIP standard and supports most popular VoIP Gateways, SIP phones, VoIP service providers and PSTN phone lines. It offers a scalable and easy-to-install alternative to proprietary PABX telephony solutions.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

3CX Phone System 9 goes Unified Communications with Video support

V9 of the popular Windows Phone system adds video support, android client and enterprise capabilities

3CX has released version 9 of its popular phone system for Windows. Version 9 is a significant upgrade that adds video support as well as enterprise features such as the ability to monitor remote PBX installations via 3CX Assistant and automatic remote installation and configuration of 3CXPhone and 3CX Assistant.

“3CX Phone System 9 is now a complete Unified Communications solution –We have added standards based video and support for smartphones as clients. At the same time we have added key enterprise features that widen 3CX’s appeal to larger companies”

“3CX continues to take market share and now has over 20,000 server installations worldwide. I expect that with v9 this number will grow dramatically.”

Video support
V9 allows single click set-up of video calls with other 3CXPhone users or with standards based video phones such as from Xlite, Yealink or Grandstream.

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