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New generation of PBX-to-Skype Gateways released by VoSKY

Posted on 7-Mar-2007 23:30 | Filed under: News


New generation of PBX-to-Skype Gateways released by VoSKY
Australian-based IW Distribution has anounced the VoSKY Exchange 9040 and 9080 Skype PBX gateways for small and mid-sized businesses are now availabele in Australia and New Zealand.

With the VoSKY Exchange 9040/9080 products, businesses can use standard desktop phones to make and receive free and low-cost long-distance and international calls over Skype.

The company says until now many businesses were uncertain about using Skype for business communication as they faced the prospect of installing Skype software on every PC and managing each Skype account for a large or widely distributed workforce.

VoSKY Exchange is a Skype certified solution that enables businesses of 10 to 300 employees to take advantage of Skype call rates. The new products require no changes to existing PBX equipment, phones or user PCs. It is also possible to use SkypeIn services with the VoSKY Exchange to provide local calling options for customers in other cities, and to provide a low cost Telephone Help Lines.

Several new features have been released in the new VoSKY Exchange 9040/9080 series including stackable, rack-mountable form factor, an eight-port option, call-log statistics and reporting capabilities, control of all Skype lines from a single screen, remote management and easier setup for multiple offices and restoration.





More information: http://www.vosky.com.au...