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August 03, 2010

IPitomy IP PBX Now Interoperable with VoicePulse SIP


By Susan J. Campbell SIP Trunking Report Contributing Editor



VoicePulse is now interoperable with IPitomy’s Pure IP PBX platform. As a designer and manufacturer of a complete line of IP telephony equipment with an advanced business feature set, IPitomy offers a PBX that is now combined with VoicePulse’s SIP origination and termination services to create a complete phone solution workable for businesses of all sizes.


“We are confident that with this new relationship, we will see an increase of resellers and new customers combining IPitomy’s IP PBX products with VoicePulse VoIP services,” explained Monica Haley, Marketing Associate at VoicePulse, in a statement. “IPitomy sets itself apart from its competitors by providing enhanced features beyond the typical key systems and PBXs of the past.”

As a result of this partnership, VoicePulse can now deliver services to new customers with the use of IPitomy’s IP PBX. The company offers official configuration guides when setting up VoicePulse VoIP services on their PBX.

Businesses that rely on IP PBXs use such solutions as Digium's Asterisk, AsteriskNow, Fonality's PBXtra, trixbox, FreePBX, FreeSwitch and Switchvox. Customers can now also use IPitomy to benefit from VoicePulse’s competitive international rates, toll-free services, and failover features all on a Tier-1 back bone network.

“IPitomy is happy to add VoicePulse to our growing list of qualified SIP providers,” said Nick Branica, president and CEO of IPitomy.  “SIP providers are a very important component to the growth of the IP PBX market and VoicePulse adds value to our total overall product offering.  Open Standards SIP based systems are all about choice.”

In other VoicePulse news, the company announced earlier this year a new reseller program that is designed to provide qualified partners with the ability to bundle their services with an unlimited, flat-rate calling plan. Partners will gain the ability to earn aggressive commissions while also offering their customers the savings and features of VoicePulse’s VoIP platform.

In April, IPitomy released the IP1100 platform to its portfolio of IP PBX products. The IP1100 is designed to take full advantage of all that SIP has to offer. There is no hardware required to support IPitomy IP120 and IP550 telephones or SIP trunks which translates to virtually no hardware-related points of failure in the IP PBX.


Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Erin Monda
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