Your telephone service is your vital connection to your customers, remote and mobile employees, partners, and suppliers. Phone technology has changed more slowly than other communications technology, but now is a great time to look at SIP Trunking technology, which delivers more capabilities at a significantly lower cost than traditional phone services.
RingByName is a cloud business phone service evolved. Whether you’re a business with one office, or a large enterprise with teams in multiple locations anywhere in the world, or a non-profit organization, RingByName will give you best in class service while reducing your communication headaches and expenses.
Phone System is the Microsoft technology for enabling call control and PBX capabilities in the Office 365 cloud with Skype for Business Online and Microsoft Teams. Phone System allows you to replace your existing PBX system with a set of features delivered from Office 365 and tightly integrated into your organization's cloud experience.
Your business has unique communication requirements, so you need a cloud platform that delivers flexible features, functions and value without compromise. Whether you’re a smaller business, need enterprise scale, or live somewhere in the middle, Avaya delivers cloud-based communications your way.
Switchvox is designed for businesses just like yours. With enterprise class features, an all-inclusive pricing model, and an award-winning design, Switchvox isn’t just another business phone system, it’s the smarter way for your business to take advantage of Unified Communications (UC) and collaboration tools - without a high price tag.
No matter where you want to run PBX software for yourself or your clients, the Vodia PBX is a great choice for you. It can run on most popular operating systems like Windows, MacOS and Linux, various server sizes from embedded systems to blade servers, in virtual and bare metal environments, in the public or private cloud and on customer premises. And it comes with a large set of features that gives you what you need for your users and for your server management.
Linphone was the very first open-source GNU/Linux application using SIP. Launched in 2001, linphone was developed by Simon Morlat during his spare time. Over the years and many hours of software development later, the linphone product is robust and now embeds an array of new features and capabilities.