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New Phone System Combining VoIP and Wireless Phones Released


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June 30, 2008

New Phone System Combining VoIP and Wireless Phones Released

By Calvin Azuri, TMCnet Contributor

SotaComm has announced it is providing completely wireless communications and networking solutions to small and medium size businesses and has released a completely wireless IP PBX and SIP business phone system as well as added a DECT (News - Alert) wireless feature to its PBX lineup to provide organizations with both wireless and wired SIP phones.

Gary Doan, co-founder and CEO of SotaComm said, “We’re a ‘new age’ kind of company that’s packaging advanced, low-cost products and services for the business, non-profit, health care, municipal and education markets. Our latest innovation enhances our PBX (News - Alert) product line-up with superb wireless mobility. Until now users were tied to their desk, now they are un-tethered and can roam the office freely without missing calls.”
The objective of SotaComm was to create a digital wireless solution to integrate all IP-PBXs. Wi-Fi compatible SIP phones using traditional Wi-Fi frequencies and Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) technology can be deployed as a multi-cell solution for handover between access points, were studied in detail. The VoIP system that was developed also allows users to accept, originate and transfer calls to and from specific wireless phones, regardless of the user’s location. Also, users are provided with a full suite of unified communication tools like voice mail forwarding to email.
SotaComm has also partnered with snom technology AG (News - Alert) and integrated the snom m3 line of business DECT phones to the SotaComm IP PBX product lines. Every snom m3 base station is capable of addressing 8 wireless phones as individual extensions or individual direct inbound dialing (DID) numbers and is also connected to a single Ethernet connection capable of handling up to 3 concurrent calls. The base station will have a range of 50 meters indoors and 300 meters outdoors and can be expanded up to six DECT repeaters.
SotaComm’s VoIP phone systems can save most organizations up to 60 percent of the cost of proprietary systems. SotaComm’s TB Pro includes enterprise and call center features as well as the “Heads Up Display” (HUD), a visual operator panel that allows “drag-and-drop” calling and transferring, as well as conference calling.
Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To see more of his articles, please visit his columnist page .
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