MBX IP: New converged telephony system from Vertical Communications.

System supports both traditional and IP-based phones, supports SIP trunks.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Jan 7, 2011
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SANTA CLARA, California, January 4, 2011 – Vertical Communications, a leading provider of next-generation IP-based phone systems and voice applications today announced the release of MBX IP, a converged IP telephony system designed to meet the needs of multi-site small businesses. The availability of MBX IP completes Vertical's next-gen telephony product line-up with SBX IP and Wave IP, providing powerful telephony solutions to help businesses further increase productivity and efficiency.

The MBX IP system provides a migration friendly pathway for existing MP-5000, FX-II and XTS IP systems, supporting traditional endpoints, IP endpoints and (VoIP) SIP trunking — all with a single system that is scalable to meet the demands of multi-site SMB customers. MBX IP supports existing XTS IP, FX/MP, STS, and SBX IP endpoints, including the new Edge 8000 IP phones, as well as, having a compatible feature set. The MBX IP system is targeted for businesses having 50 to 250 users and up to 72 multiple sites, so you enjoy pay-as-you-grow scalability.

Follow the link below to read the full press release:
Vertical Releases MBX IP a converged telephony system for multi-site small businesses

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