A VoIP telephony system provides businesses with the benefits of an integrated voice solution, however for many companies, making the transition can seem like an onerous challenge. A new partnership between CALLTELE and Phybridge seeks to simplify that transition.
CALLTELE recently announced that it has achieved Certified Partner status with the Canadian networking provider Phybridge, which manufacturers the UniPhyer network switch. That product allows businesses to implement voice and data capabilities within their existing local area network.
As a result, companies that are hesitant about the cost of full VoIP integration can receive the benefits of unified communications without eliminating their current networking system. That can be especially important to business owners already concerned about the costs of maintaining their existing network.
“Many of our customers want to receive tremendous value of IP telephony and unified communications solutions, however the complexities of layering voice on the data network create concerns and barriers to adoption,” explained Aaron Kane, CALLTELE CEO, in a press release. “The UniPhyer introduces a more customer-centric and better way to optimize the LAN for convergence today, while minimizing management and financial requirements after deployment.”
On its website, Phybridge describes the efforts of a number of organizations that were able to adopt a unified communications solutions by installing a UniPhyer in their network. In one case, a church was able to easily implement a telephony system across three buildings despite the fact that only one building had the wiring needed to support IP technology.
Similarly, other companies and organizations can find out-of-the-box solutions to their telephony or unified communications challenges, whether they wish to embrace technological capabilities such as virtualization or video conferencing in their workplace.
CALLTELE recently announced that it has achieved Certified Partner status with the Canadian networking provider Phybridge, which manufacturers the UniPhyer network switch.