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Allworx 10x System Continues to Implement VoIP Features - Site-to-site and remote user capabilities are now available with version 4.6
ROCHESTER, NY, May 19, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- InSciTek Microsystems, Inc. announced
today that the Allworx® 10x now supports Site-to-Site, Remote Users and 3rd Party Email
"We continue to focus on cost effective communication solutions for the Small-to-medium
business (SMB) market by implementing key technology trends such as Voice Over Internet
Protocol (VoIP)," explains George Daddis, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer. "Our
progress in the market place with the Allworx signifies the need for these features and the
bottom-line value they deliver."
New features for the Allworx 10x system:
- Site-to-Site: - With an Allworx at each branch office, the company can now make
calls to and from each site for virtually free because the calls are sent over the
Internet using VoIP -- saving hundreds to thousands of dollars each month. All phone
functionality normally used at each site can now be shared across sites, such as
conference calling, transferring, and dialing individuals at any site via their
extension number. Each site can support up to 40 users.
- Remote Users: - Normally, an employee who is physically present in the office
would be supplied with a phone connected to one of the phone lines (PBX), i.e. an
"extension." Using Allworx 10x, a company can effectively extend the extension
through the Internet, retaining the same functionality for office and remote workers
-- without toll charges. The system simply treats the remote user as an employee
located at the main office. All employees get all the phone features, PC
networking, and messaging software that comes with the Allworx 10x. Now companies
can truly implement a "virtual" team of employees anywhere around the world.
- 3rd Party Email Application Support: - Any email client that uses POP3/SMTP
protocols is now supported by the Allworx 10x. Users can leverage all of the
Allworx features (phone system, VoIP, unified messaging, PC networking, presence
management, call routing, etc.) and still use their existing email application.
Companies can now maintain standard practices of supporting specific email
applications or individual users can stay with the email application they feel most
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, within three years 40 percent of all workers will
perform a significant part of their job outside of the office. Research firm IDC shows a
similar trend and estimates that two-thirds of the U.S. workforce will be considered mobile
by 2006. By other estimates, employees working remotely with network and VoIP connectivity
see anywhere from one-half to as much as 11 hours of additional productivity each week.
InSciTek believes that small businesses today should have access to the same advanced
information and communication technologies as big enterprises. The Allworx 10x provides
businesses with all the mission-critical communications support they need in a single
system. It combines PBX phone functionality with PC network services, along with VoIP,
secured Internet access, remote office, group collaboration tools, and messaging software
such as email, voicemail, unified messaging, follow-me calling, and group calendaring. For
more information, visit www.allworx.com or call 1-866-255-9679.
Allworx is a division of InSciTek Microsystems, Inc., which was founded in 1998. InSciTek is
a multi-million dollar consulting company. Its experienced engineers apply their hardware
and software expertise to help other businesses develop high performance, cost effective
digital products by specializing in imaging, systems monitoring and communications
applications. The company is located in Fairport, NY.
For more information, visit the company's web site at www.InSciTek.com or call 585.421.3850.
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