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Samsung BCS Adds Wi-Fi to OfficeServ

Samsung Business Communication Systems (BCS) has released the latest addition to its OfficeServ suite, the IP-centric WLAN Solution for wireless convergence. The package is made up of an access point supporting IEEE 802.11a/b/g wireless technologies, Samsungs WIP-5000M Wireless IP handsets and a media gateway interface card.

Zultys Enhances IP PBX Software

Zultys Technologies has released version 3.0 of the software for its MX30 and MX250 IP PBXs. New features include an instant messaging bridge between the Zultys PBX and public IM services such as AOL, ICQ, Yahoo! and MSN; basic IVR functionalities; integration with Microsoft Exchange for unified messaging; and support for fractional PCM (T1 or E1) on the MX30 system. The software upgrade is available for free through authorized resellers to customers with a current software subscription. Customers without a subscription can upgrade for a fee.

TalkSwitch Releases Entry-Level Analog Phone

Equipment-maker TalkSwitch has released the TS-80 phone, an entry-level, single-line analog phone that works with TalkSwitch PBX systems. The TS-80 features an adjustable LCD display, a speakerphone with six feature keys and caller ID display with call-logging capability. Other features include programmable line access codes, hands-free paging and intercom calling, data port and message-waiting indicator. The TS-80 costs $119.

WCC Unveils U.S. BGAN Service

World Communication Center (WCC) is among the first to enable dealers to sell broadband global area network (BGAN) satellite telephones, equipment and services for use in the United States. Approved for sale in the United States by the Federal Trade Commission in May, BGAN enables Inmarsat users to connect to corporate networks, surf the Internet, send text messages, check e-mail and talk on the phone, all at the same time. BGAN can transmit data globally at speeds of up to half a megabit per second virtually anywhere. WCCs BGAN product line includes the Nera WorldPro 1000, a small, portable Internet satellite communications system.

CommPartners Debuts IPTrunking

VoIP wholesaler CommPartners LLC unveiled its new IPTrunking service for businesses migrating to VoIP services, but still using IP PBXs or even legacy PBX and Key System equipment. CommPartners IPTrunking and hosted VoIP services can be purchased in conjunction with its IP Direct service, which provides T1 from the customer premises to the CommPartners network.

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