Review of the Avaya 9508 Phone for Avaya Business Phone Systems The Avaya 9508, a good looking, reliable phone Out of the options availabel to users today, we are very happy with the 9000 series of phones. The previous 5400 series from Avaya, while functional and beautifully designed, lacked a choice with a high compliment […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The switch to VoIP is a decision that can help your hotel succeed in one of the most important aspects of the hospitality industry — communications. In a previous post, we created the first part of a checklist that you should follow once you’ve made the decision to upgrade your hotel’s communications system to VoIP, which […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Why SIP Technology is Becoming More Relevant Every Day When businesses start looking for a new phone system, the reasons are as varied as the amount of vendors. Some are looking to expand and their old telephone system is unable to handle the additional lines or extensions. Others experience a catastrophic failure due to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
If you’ve been hesitant about upgrading your hotel’s communication system to one that utilizes Voice over Internet Protocol, we can’t exactly blame you. VoIP is still a relatively new technology and even with advances in performance, amazing features, and cost factors to consider, the changeover can feel quite daunting. There’s no reason for you to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Nortel Norstar MICS phone system or Modular Integrated Communications System was created to be a phone system for customers looking for a reliable, feature-rich business phone system that would be expandable. The MICS supports up to 24 incoming lines and up to 274 extensions. Though now a discontinued system and now owned by Avaya, the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Norstar CiCS, or Compact Integrated Communications System, was easily one of the best selling of the Nortel/ Norstar product lines. Introduced in 1995, the system was an integral part of the Nortel family of products for over a decade. The Norstar MiCS, or Modular Integrated Communications System, was the big brother to the CiCS, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Enterprise telephony market fell four per cent last year as businesses held off purchases, says Infonetics Sales of unified communications (UC) applications leapt 20 per cent last year, defying a slowdown in the wider enterprise comms market, according to Infonetics Research. The market watcher found that global sales of enterprise telephony and UC fell four […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The ShorePhone IP 480 ShoreTel has been in the business of making phone systems now for almost 20 years, and in that time has really only had one family of telephones. However, beginning in mid 2013, they released the all SIP family comprised of the ShorePhone IP420, IP480, IP480g, and the IP485g. This review will […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Grandstream GXP2160 is a Linux based, SIP VoIP telephone designed specifically for executives. It is a member of the Grandstream family of phones which include both desk phones and also portable devices. The GXP2160 is perfect for Enterprise & SMB customers with the need for quality and versatility in their desktop communications. The Phone The […]Continue Reading... No Comments.