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VoIP PBX system implemented for Hempel communications


VoIP PBX system implemented for Hempel communications
Hempel is a global enterprise providing advanced painting and coating technologies for ships, vessel, boats and marine shipping container applications. Company is having multiple offices worldwide. Enterprise has done a move on VoIP PBX technologies implementation for it communication concept, without capital investments into hardware exchange.
Enterprise Newtwork Equipment Tachnologies (NET) a provider of business class network of Voice over Internet Protocol or “VoIP” solutions, and Danish company Inceptioo, developer of software and services, have announced that Hempel Group is deploying NET's VX Series to extend the capabilities of Hempel's VoIP PBX enabled, multi-branch environment.

NET's VX Series is a completely integrated multi-service VoIP PBX switch that deliver high-performance VoIP communications for Hempel’s OCS deployments and is compatible with Microsoft OCS 2007. This VoIP PBX solution offers fast deployment and easy configuration, with minimal maintenance as it collaborate with all most known PBX and IP-PBX market available protocols, the company said.

The starting package was initially installed in Hempel's headquarters. Utmost functionality of the application was to ensure that Hempel's global voice network would be up and running at any time worldwide. During six months, the system has been implemented into branch offices from Greece to Poland and the US.

Matt Krueger, VP of Corporate Marketing for NET, said, “Our ability to easily integrate new VoIP technologies into existing voice networks in any environment in any location is critical to our success.”

The VoIP PBX solution now provides more than 1000 users to get tha advantages of Microsoft OCS without the rush to swap existing telecommunication firmware. Hempel Group looks forward to go with adding branch offices throughout the year.

Mike Sutton, Global IT project manager at Hempel, said, “The flexibility to integrate a new voice solution with our existing equipment was key to our decision to move forward. We feel confident that our remote locations will have continued communications services in the event of any outage.”

According to Thomsen, NET's VX Series provides high availability rate with close to HD voice quality and was able to meet all of Hempel technical requirements. NET also executed training of personnel and other critical resources for a successful deployment.

Recently NET company declared the joining of the new formed Unified Communications Interoperability Forum or “UCIF,” a non-profit alliance of worldwide technology leaders operating together to take full potential of unified communications, as a Contributor Level member.


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