Jazinga's Unity 2000 IP PBX Earns Interoperability Certification for Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking
Customers and distribution partners of Jazinga Inc. can now leverage a reliable, nationwide option for SIP trunking, as Jazinga’s Unity 2000 IP PBX has earned interoperability certification from Broadvox.
Jazinga, a Toronto, Canada-based provider of communications systems, offers solutions that are tailored for small businesses. Its Unity 2000 IP PBX, which is ideal for organizations with less than 50 people, is a corporate phone system featuring an easy-to-use user interface, simplified wizard installation and telephone set auto-configuration capability.
Supporting a mix of traditional and/or VoIP services, Jazinga’s Unity 2000 IP PBX is an affordable, full-featured communication appliance featuring auto-provisioning capabilities for phones, as well as a wizard-driven installation process requiring minimal technical expertise.
Precisely, the Jazinga’s Unity 2000 IP PBX integrates data networking, traditional telephone service and low-cost SIP trunking service into one simple solution for small business.
With the certified pairing of Jazinga's Unity 2000 IP PBX and BroadVox's GO! SIP trunking, small business can utilize a compelling and affordable communications solution. With this certification, customers will be assured that they can enjoy a cost-effective IP communications, whether migrating in stages from TDM or completely switching over to VoIP.
"Jazinga exists to establish affordability and simplify manageability of a full featured phone system for the small business customer,” said Sergey Galchenko, CTO at Broadvox, in a statement. “Interoperability with Jazinga provides small business customers an appealing and cost effective solution for companies seeking a “big company” presence at an affordable price, making Jazinga a great choice when shopping for a communications system to use with Broadvox SIP Trunking."
According to a press release, the combination of Broadvox GO! SIP Trunking and Jazinga Unity 2000 will provide customers with not only an energy efficient telecommunications solutions option but will also provide significant cost savings of up to 70 percent on telecom costs. This is possible because calls are transmitted over the robust, voice prioritized private Broadvox network.
Apart from providing domestic and international long-distance calling, Broadvox SIP Trunking solutions also provide unlimited local calling, discounted toll-free along with the flexibility to satisfy unique requirements of customers. In addition, Broadvox can provide new or port existing numbers nationwide.
"Having achieved interoperability certification with Broadvox, Jazinga customers and distribution partners now have a reliable, nationwide option for SIP trunking," stated Randy Busch, CEO of Jazinga, in a statement. "The extensive Broadvox certification requirements assure Jazinga customers and distribution partners of the availability and dependability of the two companies’ combined service offerings.”
Apart from SIP Trunking, Dallas, Texas-based Broadvox also provides SIP origination and termination services, as well as hosted communications solutions.
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Edited by Rich Steeves