Pingtel announced that Network World has named Pingtel as one of the top ten VoIP companies that warrants attention as the business environment shifts its voice technology. Pingtel was recognized for its Linux-based SIPxchange ECS solution—a 100% native SIP, enterprise-grade, full featured, software-based SIP PBX with integrated voice mail, ACD, multiple auto attendants and a web-based plug & play system configuration and management tool.
“We are honored that Network World recognized the success Pingtel is having in the enterprise market with SIPxchange, our best of breed open source SIP PBX and enterprise communications server,” said Martin Steinmann, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Pingtel. “The SIPxchange solution is well known for its superior voice quality and robustness. Just in the last few months, we’ve announced customers such as Amazon.com, Houghton College, Hall-Dale Schools, and many other companies that have adopted our solution. The recognition from Network World and successful customer implementations validate our efforts to develop and deliver the only 100% SIP-based and best open source SIP PBX that is robust, scalable, easy to use, and allows the selection of first class IP phones, gateways, and firewalls without compromising manageability.”
Pingtel’s full featured SIPxchange ECS provides dramatic savings for enterprises with as few as 10 and as many as 5,000 seats. It offers proven, robust functionality and redundancy to serve the VoIP and next generation communications needs for headquarters, branch office, home worker, and call center locations. SIPxchange ECS interoperates seamlessly with legacy components such as a TDM PBX, enabling users to choose a phased-in approach to VoIP implementations.
SIPxchange ECS from Pingtel is currently available as a standalone software product or as a full turnkey system that includes servers, phones, gateways, and firewalls. For more information, visit www.pingtel.com