solutions provider Junction Networks (News - Alert) recently won a 2007 INTERNET TELEPHONY
Excellence Award. The company was honored for its onSIP hosted VoIP PBX
Each year, INTERNET TELEPHONY
magazine bellows its Excellence Awards on companies that create and deliver exceptional IP
telephony products of benefit to their customers.
“The winners of the third annual INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award are leaders in VoIP,” explained Greg Galitzine (News - Alert), the publication’s editorial director. “Taking risks to advance VoIP technology and provide real solutions has earned them recognition from the editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY.”
Galitzine added that the winning companies were able to provide customer testimonials proving the solutions developed offer real and verifiable benefits.
It took Junction Networks three years to develop onSIP, and the result is a product that goes above and beyond merely replacing the traditional PBX (News - Alert). onSIP includes both basic (free extension dialing, SIP-to-SIP
dialing, voicemail-to-email and own domain usage) and advanced (hunt groups, ACDs, business hour routing, advanced speech apps) features. The solution is designed for U.S.-based small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), as evidenced by its pricing structure.
Unlike many hosted VoIP PBX solutions, onSIP doesn’t charge per-seat. Instead it’s a pay-as-you-go managed PBX that charges for the services used, like voice mailboxes and attendant menus, and for calls to and from PSTN
As its name suggested, onSIP is based on Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert), which means it works with most SIP-enabled phones—including from companies like Aastra, Grandstream, SNOM and Nokia. The solution is also compatible with a variety of softphones, application servers and analog telephony adaptors.
Because smart SMBs try out products before buying them, Junction Networks offers a free, 30-day trial. To learn more about signing up for a trial, or other benefits of onSIP, please visit the Hosted VoIP channel on TMCnet.com, brought to you by Junction Networks.
Mae Kowalke is an associate editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. She also blogs for TMCnet here.
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