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March 26, 2012
Phybridge Takes VoIP Enabler to Enterprise Connect
By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
As the demand for the convergence of voice and data networks continues to grow, companies are increasingly turning to industry providers to integrate their networks. To ensure a seamless and cost effective approach, Phybridge (News - Alert) offers its VoIP enabler technology.
To demonstrate the value it adds to the industry and to individual customer locations, Phybridge is taking part in Enterprise Connect (News - Alert) this week in Orlando, Florida.
Phybridge will share how one customer with 1,400+ endpoints saved more than $1.5 million by optimizing this LAN with Phybridge’s VoIP enabler technology, the UniPhyer.
Companies seeking to run VoIP over their LAN will do well to consider the Phybridge solution. The company’s VoIP enabler technology allows for the deployment of a robust IP telephony, without a robust cost.
With the Phybridge switches, companies can opt for a low cost, painless, reliable and one-solution-fits-all option in transitioning to IP phones. This VoIP enabler leverages the existing telephone cabling infrastructure to establish a dedicated IP phone network.
At the same time, the IP-PBX (News - Alert) is centrally connected to the existing LAN, providing the reliability of a legacy voice network, combined with the productivity gains and convenience of the converged network.
Phybridge switches operate independent of the LAN solution and implementation means no disruption to the IP PBX/IP phone. Interested companies can trial Phybridge’s VoIP solutions by contacting at 888-901-3633.
The plug-and-play approach means the customer simply unplugs the old phone at the desktop, plugs in a Phybridge adapter and then plugs in the IP phone. At the server, unplug the old PBX, plug in the Phybridge VoIP enabler and connect to the LAN. Power of Ethernet is immediately pushed out to all IP phones. The robust solution is ready to go.
It really is that easy.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi