Technology Alignment, Inc. releases nexMatrix for VoIP solutions

Updated: January 07, 2011

November 25, 2009 /EIN News/ -- Technology Alignment, Inc., a global provider of world class solutions, announced today it's nexMatrix SIP solution for business. The new telephony solutions enable business customers to use IP telephony solutions immediately on legacy telephony systems and IP PBX systems. Whether companies want to continue to use their existing telephone system, or whether they plan to migrate to a completely different technology - the new products of nexMatrix provide the appropriate solution for every customer.

To introduce the product, Technology Alignment is doing free number porting until the end of the year. Dianne Ursini, CEO of Technology Alignment, Inc. stated "Our VAR network pushed us into providing SIP services because of the excellent customer service and value proposition of our company". Ursini added "It seemed the likely next step in providing services to our VAR and in turn new customers."

NexMatrix SIP Trunking products provide significant cost savings of up to 70% when compared to traditional telecom services. Customers receive unlimited local calling with discounted toll-free, nationwide and international calling. Service options include E911, DIDs and local number portability, allowing businesses to keep their current phone numbers.

NexMatrix introduced three rate plans, all include failover that further enhance their use with SIP trunk services. The failover feature enables the gateway to switch back to redundant servers in the event of service disruption over the IP connection. This provides extra assurance to customers eager to take advantage of SIP trunks, while replacing traditional PSTN.

"Interoperability with a host of PBX and legacy systems means that a nexMatrix VAR can offer any small to large SMB or enterprise customers an easy to deploy communication solution. NexMatix can replace or supplement a legacy PSTN service with SIP trunks. The methodology of nexMatrix provides savings on monthly telecom costs." said Kade Price, CTO of Technology Alignment, Inc.

nexMatrix (for VoIP solutions) is offered in both retail and wholesale solutions for customers and is ready for deployments today. You may visit the website at www.nexmatrix.com.

About Technology Alignment, Inc.

Technology Alignment, Inc., headquartered in Nampa, Idaho, is a leading distributor and manufacturer of Linux Operating Systems, PBX Systems, hosted PBX systems, SIP provisioning, Consumer VoIP and high-end CRM applications. For more information on Technology Alignment and its products please visit http://www.talignment.com

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