Crux Labs Let's Smart UC Router Loose
November 28, 2017
The cost of business today can prove prohibitive but, for those savvy enough to scour the market for just the right solution, it is possible to meet communication needs at a pocket-friendly price. Organizations of all shapes and sizes deserve a feature-rich and high-performing unified communications solution, and recently Crux Labs unveiled a product offering capable of supporting the mom and pop shop on the corner, as well as the sprawling SMB or the large enterprise.
Crux Labs announced the arrival of Crux LX, a smart router platform for unified communications that offers a scalable and modular design, with all the capabilities of an IP-PBX (News - Alert) mobile router.
Crux LX possesses a small form factor, but is quite feature-rich. At a pocket-friendly price, it is able to integrate call control, email, SMS over the Web, data sharing, audio and video conferencing, extension mobility, chat and voice.
In selecting the solution, it integrates employee handsets with the platform for anywhere, anytime communications; access to real-time information and continuous connectivity; and is flexible and user-friendly to a point where services, users and applications are easily added without the costs and hardware associated with many other PBX offerings on the market.
“Simplifying technology and making it consumable and affordable is the vision that Crux Labs lives by. With that vision, we have innovated using free and open-source software and hardware, to develop a platform that can be easily integrated with other applications, has made Crux LX probably the first router that is customizable and open. Eventually, Crux LX will become a marketplace of applications that will be relevant for SMBs.” said Rohit Gupta, Founder, Crux Labs. “Crux LX unlocks immense value for its end users making it suitable not just for mapping unified communications needs but also for application integration.”
How is your business communicating?
Edited by Erik Linask
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