World VoIP NewsVirtual PBXs acquire telepresence functionalities on growing rateVirtual PBXs acquire telepresence functionalities on growing rate

Virtual PBXs acquire telepresence functionalities on growing rate


Virtual PBXs acquire telepresence functionalities on growing rate
The industry of hosted communications utilities such as cloud based VoIP PBXs are getting momentum among businesses because of the general trends of them not only massively cut telecommunications and infrastructure expenditures but also promote considerable drive for better productivity.
Company *astTECS, as a well proven provider of corporate level communications solutions, has announced about organic integration of a video conferencing capabilities into their virtual cloud based PBX package. With the product’s new point-to-point and layered multi-directional functionalities, the HD quality voice telepresence powered by the PBX is quite cost efficient and readily available for businesses of all sizes. "The incorporating of video conferencing, having all those VoIP PBXs gaining advance, offering amazingly powerful video capabilities on turnkey delivered hardware. Not only this has been saving organizations’ expenses, but it has also been capable to put itself as a general and major productivity enhancing engine,” stated Levis Wilson, COO, *astTECS. “Comprehensive full scaled collaboration, when video streaming would be combined with voice and data utilities hold huge and responsible promise in the industry." Wilson continued. Also, the PBX is designed to help to boost up projects that demand employees who are located in long distances from their peers to interrelate without impediments and actually see in-live the individual they are refereeing to. Additionally, the solution is extremely scalable as it backs up from 25 to 300 on line consumers. By evolving a unified IP network for VoIP and video products, the *astTECS portfolio helps organizations reduce costs, simplify massively overall infrastructure and leverage video communication as a vital business element. Dan Bieler, one of the prominent analysts in industry, working for Forrester, described the trends as a situation, where almost 1 out of 10 small and medium-sized companies deploy cloud-based telecommunications nowadays. He foresee that as virtual PBXs keep the pace to demonstrate their advantages, enterprises will continue to select and adopt them on growing scale. Showing up a four percent sales growth during the first quarter of 2012, the virtual PBX industry is expected to demonstrate some steady expansion in the format of new companies getting into the vertical, according to Bieler. Very learning is the fact that as the mobile device expansion and distribution trend gains in whole popularity, organizations will figure out that without deployed virtual PBX this project and initiatives could result their network to be fully overloaded. He stated, “Manufacturers are getting aware of this and are already heavily working on augmenting their mobile device collaboration.”


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