MONTREAL, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- 911 Enable, the leading provider of E911 solutions for IP phone systems, today announced that its award-winning Emergency Gateway (EGW) appliance has achieved 3Com certification for VCX version 9.x. The EGW is also certified with versions 7.x and 8.x of the VCX system.
The EGW is an on-site appliance that helps organizations meet state and local E911 regulations in a simple and cost-effective manner. Its key features include automatic IP phone tracking, on-site security desk notification, and support for remote workers. The EGW is also used to securely communicate with the 911 Enable Emergency Routing Service (ERS), which delivers emergency calls and detailed location information to Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) across the US and Canada. Together, the EGW and ERS represent the only E911 solution capable of supporting 3Com's latest and most advanced unified communications features.
"911 Enable is pleased to have our EGW certified with version 9.x of 3Com's VCX system," said Lev Deich, Director of 911 Enable. "This updated certification reflects our ongoing commitment to provide E911 support for the latest technology and innovation from 3Com. Enterprises can deploy 3Com's VCX with confidence that a reliable E911 solution is available for their entire deployment."
3Com customers and resellers can enquire about 911 Enable's solutions by calling 1-877-862-2835 or visiting www.911enable.com.
911 Enable, a division of Connexon Telecom Inc., is the industry-leading provider of E911 solutions for IP-PBX systems, having deployed its solutions in organizations of all sizes across the US and Canada, including several Fortune 500 companies. 911 Enable offers the widest E911 coverage in the industry and leverages this connectivity to bring breakthrough location management technologies to the IP telephony market. Custom solutions for today's leading equipment manufacturers such as 3Com, Cisco, Avaya, and Microsoft help to ensure quick and easy integration. For more information about 911 Enable, call 1-877-862-2835 or visit www.911enable.com.
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