From the SIP Trunking Experts

August 06, 2013

Zultys IP Phone Systems Now Interoperable with TelePacific's SmartVoice

By Rory Lidstone SIP Trunking Report Contributing Writer

Zultys, a provider of innovative unified communications solutions geared toward collaboration, and TelePacific Communications have come together to make SIP trunking more accessible through interoperability. Specifically, TelePacific's dynamic SIP trunking solution, SmartVoice, has been certified as interoperable with Zultys' all-in-one IP Phone Systems.

Traditionally, SIP trunking is known for its ability to save money, but it offers many more benefits, including reduced need for hardware, integration with existing phone systems and the ability to transmit non-voice content more easily.

Steve Francis, chief sales and marketing officer at Zultys, reiterated this, stating: "SIP trunking provides significant benefits beyond economics, including flexibility of configuration, call clarity, and disaster recovery. As SIP trunking within our MX product line is standard, requiring no additional hardware or licensing, our Channel Partners have a great competitive advantage."

TelePacific's SmartVoice SIP technology, meanwhile, offers even greater benefit by dynamically adjusting between voice and data in response to employee calling patterns, while offering a number of powerful features delivered over the company's private IP network. This ensures secure, consistent performance.

"Bandwidth is too precious to waste — and predictable performance and guaranteed uptime are essential for our customers today as more and more of their business depends on their communications network’s end-to-end performance,” said Dave Zahn, vice president of marketing at TelePacific. “We are very focused on making sure that our customers can implement solutions that will handle their most demanding requirements. We’re very happy that Zultys high performance IP PBX systems can operate seamlessly with SmartVoice to deliver the performance our customers need."

SmartVoice SIP trunking comes standard with several basic features, namely one directory assistance listing, three Fax Central boxes, 100 DID (direct inward dialing) numbers, and calling line ID for inbound and outbound calls. Free data features include 100 e-mail addresses, one domain name, domain registration, domain hosting, eight IP addresses and Web hosting.

Edited by Alisen Downey
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