Sunnyvale, CA, 18 May 2009 – Zultys Inc., award-winning telephony products maker, is partnering with Multi-Tech® Systems, a manufacturer of reliable and globally certified unified communications and device networking products, to enable businesses to connect their existing phone systems to a cellular phone network. By installing a Multi-Tech MultiVOIP® GSM SIP-to-Cellular gateway to the Zultys MX250 IP PBX system, calls are routed from any SIP end point to locations outside the VOIP system through the cellular network. This solution provides businesses substantial savings on long distance toll charges, often resulting in a return on investment in as little as a few months. As an add-ed benefit, the MultiVOIP GSM SIP-to-Cellular gateway serves as a disaster recovery solution, by providing a backup connection to remote VoIP sites in case of external Internet failure.
“MultiVOIP GSM units equipped with GSM cellular service are placed at all your facilities worldwide,” states Bill Chesney, Vice President of Sales for Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. “Then calls can be sent to any of your offices using your Voice over IP network, and sent locally to a cell phone over the GSM network. That means local calls to any-where in the world. Add this kind of cost savings potential to the security of having backup voice communications if your IP network fails, and the MultiVOIP GSM is a good investment for companies of any size.”
The Zultys MX250 IP phone system is a media exchange that integrates multimedia communications for the enter-prise into a compact system that has standard interfaces for all connections.
“Our business customers can now access the voice network through GSM using ordinary voice SIM cards, as well as the access we offer,” said Steve Morrison, Zultys VP Product Management and Marketing. “This provides a complete solution without the need to access the PSTN using traditional PSTN lines. We can offer our customers flexible deployment of equipment, short activation times, and low maintenance costs. This helps our customers improve working efficiency, increase service quality, and is an additional driver for the growth of our global market.”
Multi-Tech Systems is an ISO 9001:2000-certified global manufacturer of award-winning Unified Communications and device networking products. Since 1970, Multi-Tech Systems has grown into a company with a worldwide reputation for reliable products of innovative design
. This reputation is just as strong today. Our goal is to help our customers achieve a competitive advantage by providing solutions that return superior business results. New technologies, same focus: Connecting voice and data over IP networks. Multi-Tech is certified by the WBENC as a Women’s Business Enterprise and by C-TPAT (Customs–Trade Partnership Against Terrorism). Visit www.multitech.com.
Based on open standards, Zultys Inc., a Silicon Valley company founded in 2001, manufactures feature-rich Business Phone Systems that easily scales to thousands of users. Zultys makes your business needs our priority. Our solution supports MAC, Windows 32 or 64 Bit or Linux users and integrates features such as soft-phone, Find me Follow me, Presence, Secure Chat, Tele-worker support, IVR, ACD, Call Record, Fax Origination/Termination, Cell Phone Twinning and much more. Not only is our solution cost effective, but it also provides the highest energy efficiency with its compact single server all-in-one design. Zultys’ distributed architecture also helps companies maintain high availability, while being simple to install, manage and scale. For more information, visit us at www.zultys.com.
Jamie Carlson John Cunningham
Multi-Tech® Systems Zultys, Inc.
1 888-288-5470 1 408-328-0450 x116
771 Vaqueros Ave
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
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