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December 16, 2013

IPitomy Announces Interoperability with DuVoice's Hospitality Messaging, Wakeup Call and PMS Interface Server


By Anil Sharma SIP Trunking Report Contributor



IPitomy Communications, a VoIP IP PBX developer, and DuVoice have announced interoperability for VoIP and hospitality applications.


Thanks to this collaboration, IPitomy and DuVoice will now make available a fully featured hospitality application with full PMS integration.

Officials with IPitomy said that the new interoperability between DuVoice and IPitomy will bring VoIP IP PBX to hotel and motel owners and operators.

 “Not only does IPitomy and DuVoice save money on communications services, but the efficiency and simplicity gained saves more money on support and service," said Matt Bellisario, regional sales manager at IPitomy, in a statement.

Jon Dulude, founder and chief executive officer, DuVoice said that the company is proud to collaborate with IPitomy in this endeavor and feel that it will be truly beneficial for both parties.

“Our solution creates a new opportunity for the industry to move towards VoIP,” said Dulude.

DuVoice is a Kirkland Washington based company with products available worldwide through a network of distributors and resellers. DuVoice integrates with all major PABX and PMS manufacturers.

TMCnet recently reported that IPitomy has announced the addition of the new model IP290 SIP phone to its HD series. This phone, now available to IPitomy dealers, is a robust HD SIP phone suited for many business applications.

The IPitomy HD family of phones supports any business with a wide range of telecommunications needs, ideal for a home office or use by a corporate executive or in a conference room.

The IP290 has a five-line backlit display that can be viewed from any angle and has four multifunction Soft-Keys. The 290 also supports the g.722 high definition codec for high call quality, and features enhanced audio design with full duplex speaker phone. The IP290 phone can handle two simultaneous calls and can also be set up as a remote phone without additional licensing.

The IP290 has all of the basic functions required for day to day use, like three-way conferencing, hold, transfer, redial, voicemail and headset keys. Key features of IP290 include 128 X 64  Graphic LCD, four Soft Keys, two SIP Accounts, XML Phone Book, two-position stand,  high definition voice, headset port,  power over Ethernet, and integrated wall mount. The unit is also designed for the hard use of public areas.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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