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Kerio Technologies produces new VoIP PBX


Kerio Technologies produces new VoIP PBX
Enterprise Kerio Technologies has released a new version of its VoIP PBX phone system. Named as the Kerio Operator 1.2 this application ensures small and midsized businesses to enhance voice communication, minimizes telephony costs, and remain connected anywhere, along with the intuitive use for the consumer and the IT administrator, as boasted by the Company.
Organizations that utilize Kerio Operator prevent the necessity to have a telephony operator on standby mode, to make elementary adjustments to the phone network. The improved version is built on the SIP VoIP protocol and Asterisk 1.8, the software used by Kerio Operator's as a platform. "With Kerio Operator 1.2, we have executed the optimal balance between functionality and simplicity by providing a solution that backs up the essential voice features these essential for business while not overloading customers by an over complicated appliance," noted Scott Schreiman. "Due to its integration and similarity to other Kerio products, our channel will find it easy to integrate Kerio Operator for customers who are seeking for an economical pace to overhaul their phone system." In an official release, the Company explained details of Kerio Operator 1.2: Kerio Operator 1.2 now supports the Digium TDM410 card with FXO modules to ensure the connectivity with the analog phone lines. So, businesses can take advantage of the IP PBX features of Kerio Operator within their structure, and connect to the outside world the traditional way. Kerio Operator 1.2 works in synergy with the bandwidth management capabilities of Kerio Control, which comes preconfigured to retain sufficient bandwidth for SIP voice flaws to ensure clear voice communication. Kerio Operator also is fully compatible with Kerio Connect, making users to access, listen or delete voicemails out of associated email inbox. "Being the traditional provider of the Kerio Connect messaging server, getting to a Kerio voice product was a natural next action for us," explained Tom Bridge, owner, Technolutionary, a Kerio Preferred Partner in the Washington DC metro area. "Voice and email are more synergized than someone might realize, and our expertise with Connect allows us to easily configure Kerio Operator and deliver our clients a powerful phone system that they may have thought was only available to enterprise type companies for a very competitive price." Also Kerio Operator 1.2 is available as a software appliance, with its own security-hardened operating system, a VMware virtual solution allowing for fast deployment in production or evaluation environments on standard PC hardware, and in two hardware appliance configurations available in some markets. Innovative new features include: Call pickup, which allows users to answer an incoming call that is ringing on someone else's phone by dialing a special code, even across office "zones." They need to know the extension number. Busy Lamp Field (BLF) option – well useful for receptionists, BLF alerts the user, via an LED light, whether a particular extension is available, busy or there is a call ringing. Auto-provisioning - Automatic "plug-and-play" phone setup eliminates the hassle of configuring new phones to the network. Many phones are supported, including Cisco, Linksys, Polycom and Snom.Kerio Operator 1.2 pricing starts at $150 for a 5-user server license. The Kerio Operator Box 1210 hardware appliance, which includes a 5-user license, is priced at $900 USD and the Kerio Operator Box 3210 with a 5-user license is $1,400 USD. Additional user licenses are at $30 each, sold in 5-user bundles. Kerio Technologies, Inc. provides unified communications, collaboration and security solutions for small to medium-sized businesses and organizations worldwide.


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