SIP-Trunk for Unified Messaging - Cooperation between serVonic and QSC
serVonic’s Unified Communication solutions now are certified for the QSC point-to-point connection “IPfonie extended“. Both companies confirm the smooth collaboration of serVonic’s unified messaging server solution IXI-UMS with Fax and Voice and the SIP-trunk “QSC IPfonie extended“ of the Cologne-based ITC-service provider. The solution of QSC provides a SIP-based point-to-point connection, IXI-UMS directly communicates with the SIP-trunk via IXI-UMS VoIPconnect. That way, companies can use any number of unified messaging extensions also when IXI-UMS is deployed via IP.
The Olching-based software provider serVonic, leading producer in the fields of Unified Communication, has tested “QSC IPfonie extended” in detail. “We tested the unified messaging features Fax and Voice inbound and outbound as well as the remote inquiry with the QSC SIP-trunk,” says Jochen Klein, CEO at serVonic GmbH. “Everything worked fine right from the start, so we released “IPfonie extended” for our IXI-UMS software.”
“The testing of “QSC IPfonie extended” with IXI-UMS has been very successful,“ Federal Alkan, Senior Expert - Partner Development at QSC AG, confirms. “The certification of serVonic’s solution on our part thus was beyond question.“
With “QSC IPfonie extended”, companies are flexible: They can order exactly the number of channels needed from their carrier. An available SIP-trunk can also be extended. When a company, for example, uses Microsoft Lync Server 2010 directly at the SIP-trunk “QSC IPfonie extended link“ specifically developed for this, extension numbers for IXI-UMS can be rerouted to a second SIP-trunk, in this case “QSC IPfonie extended”.
Prices and Availability
The current IXI-UMS version 5.9 from serVonic including VoIPconnect is available at serVonic and sales partners for prices beginning at 915 Euro (plus legal VAT, if applicable). “QSC IPfonie extended” is available for prices beginning at 8.70 Euro/Month (plus legal VAT, if applicable) at QSC and sales partners. For further information, please have a look at www.servonic.com as well as at www.qsc.de.
Cologne-based QSC AG offers small and mid-size enterprises one-stop shopping for an extensive range of ICT services: from telephony, data transfer, Housing and Hosting right through to IT Outsourcing and IT Consulting. With its companies INFO AG, a full-line provider of IT services headquartered in Hamburg, and IP Exchange, a Housing and Hosting specialist headquartered in Nuremberg, the QSC Group numbers among the leading mid-size providers of ICT and cloud services in Germany. QSC offers custom-tailored solutions for individual ICT needs, as well as a comprehensive product portfolio for customers and marketing partners that can be modularly adapted to suit the communications and IT needs in question. QSC offers its services on the basis of its own Next Generation Networks (NGN) and operates an Open Access platform, which unites a wide range of broadband technologies. QSC AG employs a workforce of some 1,400 people and is listed on the TecDAX index.
serVonic, headquartered in Olching near Munich, Germany, is a leading producer of software solutions with current focus on unified communication with fax server, unified messaging and CTI. The products of serVonic support existing standards like standard interfaces and standard hardware; proprietary solutions are avoided. The company strives to provide its customers with future-oriented product development, with a focus on integration in available environments. In addition to on-premises licenses of the IXI products, serVonic offers fax and unified messaging for Hosting, Cloud and Software as a Service models as a provider. serVonic maintains strategic and technological partnerships with a multitude of companies from the fields of IT and PBX such as AudioCodes, Citrix, Dialogic, Estos, Gerdes, Huawei Technologies, IBM, innovaphone, Microsoft, Novell, Siemens, SAP, TE-Systems, Teldat (formerly Funkwerk EC) and ZyXEL.
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