Broadvox Interoperates with 3CX

Broadvox announces it is one of the first ISPs in the United States to interoperate with 3CX, a completely Windows-based PBX system in a land of open-source, asterisk-based systems.

Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking provides VoIP services, SIP origination and termination services, and hosted communication solutions. The 3CX Phone System offers a compact application, allowing users to manage calls and extensions with just a few clicks of the mouse. Features are not sacrificed with this ease of use. Users can still place and receive calls from their phones; set their call status for other users to view, calls can be transferred to voice mail, to another phone or simply be put on hold.

By simplifying setup customers will not only benefit from the cost-savings provided by Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking products, but will also save time previously spent installing, wiring and configuring their hardware-based PBX systems by using the 3CX software-based IP PBX. Users will also benefit from the Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking ease of administration via the SIP Trunking portal.

Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking delivers an uncompromising level of quality and service throughout the United States. The Network Operations Center is available 24x7x365, exceeding customers' expectations for reliability, security and quality of service. Broadvox SIP Trunking features include, but are not limited to enhanced 911service, disaster recovery, multiple location interoperability and local number portability management.

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