AireSpring Debuts Version 2.0 of Cloud Hosted IP PBX for Business

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CHANNEL PARTNERS — AireSpring (Booth #413) today at the Fall 2012 Channel Partners Conference & Expo released version 2.0 of its Cloud Hosted IP PBX product.

AireSpring says AirePBX has been enhanced with more cutting-edge features and options. Businesses can now transition to IP communications with confidence and achieve better cost savings across their enterprise with the new cloud hosted business communications solutions from AireSpring, the company said.

In addition to free local, interoffice calling, proactive network monitoring, phones and optional unlimited long distance, AirePBX offers HD voice, a full featured auto attendant, the ability to swap devices mid-call, advanced call routing, find m-follow me, simultaneous ring, caller ID, call forwarding, call park, call transfer, conferencing, fax to email, unified visual voice mail, three-way calling, toll-free numbers, virtual extensions, advanced online management portal and more. All features and options are fully customizable from a robust, but simple, online management portal, the company said.

Customers with private data MPLS needs may layer AirePBX (or any of the company’s voice and data products) over Airespring’s advanced national MPLS Mesh network.

“Today’s businesses, with multiple locations of varying sizes, often have a mismatched set of differing telephony infrastructures. This creates confusion and lost efficiencies in the enterprise. The time has come for businesses of any size to simplify, integrate and move their communications to the cloud," stated Daniel Lonstein, AireSpring COO. “AireSpring seeks to make communications robust, secure and affordable. We believe that one of the key differentiators of our service is the ability to connect to the cloud via a fully managed end-to-end network. Which means your voice and data don’t mingle with the insecure public internet. All of your offices can and should connect seamlessly on a single network with a single full featured next generation phone system."

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