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Virtual PBX Wins Unified Communications Magazine's 2010 Product of the Year Award


April 25, 2011

TMC, a global, integrated media company, has recognized Virtual PBX’s Open VoIP Peering with a 2010 Unified Communications magazine Product of the Year Award.

Unified Communications is pleased to grant a 2010 Product of the Year Award for Virtual PBX’s Open VoIP Peering,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO of TMC. “We’re proud to honor their hard work and accomplishments and look forward to more innovative solutions from Virtual PBX in the future.”

Virtual PBX, the inventor and premier supplier of hosted business phone services, allows customers to have choice when it comes to using VoIP – known as Open VoIP Peering.

Businesses, through Virtual PBX Open VoIP Peering are provided with greater flexibility to mix-and-match a VoIP network with any SIP-compliant phone.

In a press release, Paul Hammond, CEO of Virtual PBX, said, “We developed the Open VoIP Peering blended service to give our users the option to use VoIP for cost savings, as well give them the ability to take a call anywhere.”

With the help of Open VoIP Peering, users gain the ability to deploy an enterprise-class phone solution for a very low cash outlay.

“We pride ourselves on being affordable for our customers, while still providing them with all the features and functionalities a small business looks for and needs in a phone system,” adds Hammond.

Since there is no additional cost from Virtual PBX for accessing soft phones, existing businesses can now add VoIP interoperability to reduce costs. Competitors on the other hand charge extra for proprietary digital-enabled phone extensions.

In related news, Virtual PBX has unveiled Virtual PBX Complete for SMBs. It will eliminate the need to buy dial-tone service from traditional service providers and can be used as an inbound call router to existing phones.


Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Patrick Barnard




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