Written by Mark Norton Tuesday, 16 March 2010 06:48
Can you control all of your business communications through one tool? Well, I do and I use it every day. On my main desktop and my laptop I use a program called MXIE (pronounced “mixie”). MXIE stands for “Media Exchange Interface for End-users”. The Zultys business telephony products like the MX250 and MX30 are designed to work with IP Phones like the Zultys, Aastra, Polycom, and a ton of others, they also integrate with your desktop computer at the same time. You can make calls from your desktop or laptop with the use of an inexpensive USB headset or even over Bluetooth. This is done through MXIE’s internal softphone.Last Updated on Monday, 26 April 2010 12:53
Written by Administrator Sunday, 14 March 2010 11:46
Just another example why premise based VoIP is a better solution for the majority of users is this outage from AT&T. As a customer, you may never know the extent of the outage. How many businesses were down? What was the geography involved? In this case AT&T is not saying. This outage included the Teleconference services as well so if you had a conference call scheduled for Friday, you had to find another way. The advantage that a Zultys premise based VoIP solution has over hosted is that if there is a problem with the system itself, it is much easier for a local provider to do a site visit or remote support. Also, the conference solution is built in and you own it. The web conference solution is an external add on, but you still own theLast Updated on Saturday, 03 April 2010 19:12
Written by Administrator Friday, 26 February 2010 20:25
Nortel has agreed to sell its last remaining operation, its VoIP equipment unit, to Genband in a $182 million dollar deal. Earlier this month Nortel announced that they had made $2 Billion dollars by auctioning off business units and were able to "preserve" 13,000 of it's workforce employed with the companies that purchased the businesses from Nortel. You can read more about the Genband press release.
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Written by Mark Norton Saturday, 30 January 2010 13:54
Imagine that you own a business. You are out on the road and want to take your office phone with you, how would you do that today? What if you could extend your office phone directly to your Blackberry or iPhone?
Release 5.2 of Zultys MX software includes support for MXmobile, a Unified Communications client for mobile phones. The Blackberry client just released with this version and the iPhone client will be out soon.Last Updated on Monday, 26 April 2010 12:54
Written by Mark Norton Saturday, 30 January 2010 08:11
On September 21, 2009 Zultys announced the availability of their new Media Gateway (MG) series of products that provide a SIP to Analog gateway for Zultys MX30 and MX250 iPBXs. These devices allow the connection of an analog telephone device and/or the connection to an analog circuit. I’ll get to those different gateways and their configurations in a minute. First of all you need to understand what this means for your organization.Last Updated on Monday, 26 April 2010 12:54
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