Digium, the Asterisk (News - Alert) Company, and Springs Hosting have announced their partnership to bring Switchvox IP telephone systems to small and medium sized businesses in Colorado.
Switchvox is Digium’s (News - Alert) Asterisk-based, business communications solution or IP PBX. Digium introduced the latest version of its Switchvox (News - Alert) — version 4.0 — at ITEXPO this past February. This latest version adds numerous unified communications capabilities, including support for fax, chat and video calling.
Springs Hosting is a Data Center located in Colorado Springs, CO providing IT services to businesses along the Colorado Front Range. The company is adding Switchvox to the suite of services it already offers its customer base, including state of the art data center services like VoIP Phone Systems, offsite backups, collocation facilities, dedicated servers, security infrastructure and Web/e-mail hosting services.
“We are proud to add the Digium product line to our services,” said Jeremy Keefe, CIO at Springs Hosting. “Switchvox compliments the services that we bring to small to medium sized businesses in Colorado and brings high-end phone systems to businesses that otherwise could not generally afford the rich feature sets within Digium’s software.”
“We are excited to have Springs Hosting come on board with Digium as a Select Reseller,” said Jim Butler, director of global channel sales for Digium. “They are dedicated to their clients and provide excellent customer service, which are qualities that we find highly valuable in our resellers.”
Digium has been in the headlines with several announcements this month.
On March 16, Digium announced an Asterisk Training partnership with Mumbai India-based Enterux. Under the agreement, Enterux will become a Digium authorized training provider, and as such will educate Indian businesses enabling them to experience the benefits of open source and Digium’s Asterisk-based VoIP/PBX (News - Alert) solutions.
And on March 25, Digium announced that its Web-aware Switchvox IP PBX has achieved interoperability with MegaPath’s Duet SIP Trunking service. The joint solution would enable small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to realize savings on voice and data services.Greg Galitzine is editorial director for TMC’s (News - Alert) IP Communications suite of products, including TMCnet.com. To read more of Greg’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.
Edited by Greg Galitzine