World VoIP NewsESJ Telecom introduces advanced PBX VoIP service Voice2Mobile
ESJ Telecom introduces advanced PBX VoIP service Voice2Mobile
Cloud technologies are stepping forward with the amazing speed, when telephony IP PBXs and completely virtual PBXs are very cost-efficient, compared with the traditional communications, when a dedicated IP infrastructure can ensure up to 45 percent of annual savings, according to different industry researches.
In order to leverage the overall advantages of IP PBXs, company ESJ Telecom, being a well-known wireless messaging services deliverer in the United Kingdom, rolled out a new service called Voice2Mobiles that enables IP PBX users to transmit voice messages to any mobile numbers. Voice2Mobile is designed as a completely cloud-built messaging service. It can massively minimize message processing delays as it makes consumers to send messages in all the networking situations, even to temporarily inaccessible mobile destinations. The messages show attached the sender’s v-card description and a link to the particular voice message. “Business entities have to intercommunicate with clients, suppliers and colleagues on their mobile telephone numbers and calls are not always attended, thus resulting delays in getting sometimes crucial data or information. These delays impact business in a negative forms, when, for instance, extremely important messages contained in voice mail boxes that stay unattended for weeks,” explained ESJ Telecom's CEO Jeff Penberton. The Voice2Mobiles service is completely interoperable with all major SIP IP PBX systems. All the interested parties can deploy the service immediately. Recent report from Infonetics Research has described that companies’ migrations to IP and Unified Communications technologies is causing all major PBX vendors to have to overcome quite long list of operational challenges as they seek to attract new customers and retain all these existing ones. The research revealed that on-going economic environment in North America and EMEA has heavily impacted the PBX and UC markets in 2011, resulting small up to medium business entities to not get have the sufficient resources to hire new workers where additional PBX consoles would then become highly needed. Infonetics Research provides some figures, revealing that strong sales were demonstrated in Asia and Latin America where overall enterprise PBX equipment market has grown by 6 percent in 2011, compared to 2010. The worldwide PBX revenue has been estimated to be increased by 2 percent. "The expansion is good news despite the grim last quarter of the year," stated Diane Myers, analyst for VoIP at Infonetics Research.The report also indicated that the global PBX/KTS system market has demonstrated nearly $9 billion in 2011, up from $8 billion. The major PBX manufacturers and vendors were in a stiff struggle to get new customers and hold on to existing ones as enterprises continue to shift the cloud. VoIP and TDM equipment producer Avaya maintained its leading positions by a fraction of indicators over Cisco in overall PBX/KTS revenue in 2011, having Cisco to take first row in the fourth ¬quarter because of higher average selling prices on telephones. Enterprise ShoreTel has demonstrated the highest PBX revenue numbers in 2011, all other industrial giants either lost share or stayed flat.
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