, a developer of SIP telephony software for enterprises and service providers, has announced the confirmation of the interoperability between Polycom
KIRK Wireless Server 300 (KWS300) with Polycom’s (News - Alert) full portfolio of KIRK handsets and Brekeke PBX. With this new interoperability, users of Brekeke platforms have more options for telephony devices in their offices.
“This announcement of interoperability is great news for all of our users. The combination of Brekeke (News - Alert) PBX and KIRK wireless solution provides superb voice quality and mobility, which improves both the user experience and the productivity of any size business,” said Chris Thorson, Polycom director of wireless product marketing, in a statement.
Brekeke Software aims to deliver high-quality products that bring greater productivity to IP communication users. With Polycom KIRK handsets, users gain additional SIP phone choices and better solutions for mobility demands within the office.
“Our products offer flexibility and scalability, allowing our customers to meet the demands of any office environment and to easily increase the scale of their telephony systems as they grow their businesses,” said Thorson.
KIRK handsets provide very lightweight and durable design, while also offering an extended battery life. These handsets, like other Polycom phones, provide clear voice quality on a dedicated radio frequency.
“With today’s real-time communication trends, the KIRK handsets are ideal for any office environment,” said Shin Yamade, CEO of Brekeke Software. “The Polycom KIRK solution offers both high quality and the convenience of mobility. This is a clear win-win for our customers.”
A configuration sample for connecting the Polycom KIRK system phone with Brekeke PBX is available at Brekeke’s wiki site: http://wiki.brekeke.com/wiki/Polycom-Kirk-DECT
In other Brekeke news, the company recently announced along with DIDX interoperability with DIDXchange (News - Alert). Specifically, interoperability has been tested and completed between Brekeke PBX and DIDX’s DID distribution service.
Brekeke also announced in November that it received VoIP Field Verified Program status from Polycom Inc., a provider of telepresence, video and voice communication solutions. The new status will allow carriers and service providers using the Brekeke hosted telephony platform to take advantage of Polycom voice products currently available in the market.
In 2008, Brekeke announced the release of a Hosted IP-PBX Platform with Multi-Tenant architecture designed for service providers. Multi-tenancy refers a piece of the software design that runs on a software-as-a-service (SaaS (News - Alert)) vendor’s servers, serving multiple client organizations or tenants. Brekeke Software, Inc. claims that the IP-PBX Platform with Multi-Tenant architecture will allow clients to host multiple clients under one server.
To find out more about Polycom, visit the company at ITEXPO East 2010. To be held Jan. 20 to 22 in Miami, ITEXPO is the world’s premier IP communications event. Jeffrey Rodman (News - Alert), Co-Founder and CTO, Polycom, is speaking during “Propelling HD Voice to the Mainstream.” Don’t wait. Register now.
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 Marisa Torrieri