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# 21801 7-May-2008 11:09
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Hi

We are looking at moving to this, just wondering what people think about this system, espically the negative aspect of it.


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  # 129077 7-May-2008 11:34
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"the negative aspect" ?

Which negative is that?

Havent used them, but have chatted with them - knowledgeable people, great product. I beleive its Asterisk with a fully developed / customised front end (think FreePBX but developed as a commercial solution).

If you need the management to be non-geek, and need outside support, I would defiitley consider a solution like this.








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  # 129083 7-May-2008 11:52
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We have this certified as direct connect device and works fine with our network, Tony is correct it is a customised version of Asterisk.




Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink

             

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  # 131629 18-May-2008 18:31
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[Moderator edit (MF): this post was reported as innacurate and not the views of an ex-employer]


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  # 131638 18-May-2008 19:49
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Have you checked out the Epygi Qaudro appliance thats certified with WXC?

No Computer Hardware to support, No OS to support and a whole lot cheaper than a vodacom solution

A few loitering around here that can help with those

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  # 131665 18-May-2008 22:10
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camo786: Have you checked out the Epygi Qaudro appliance thats certified with WXC?

No Computer Hardware to support, No OS to support and a whole lot cheaper than a vodacom solution

A few loitering around here that can help with those


Thanks camo786 for the plug, fieldway send me a PM and I'm sure we can help.

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