Apple Mac Computers Now Supported by FacetPhone VoIP IP-PBX Communications System

Updated: January 05, 2011

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 15, 2010 -- FacetCorp (Dallas, Texas, USA), a leading provider of advanced VoIP PBX phone systems, announced a new FacetPhone version targeted for customers with Apple Mac desktop and portable computers, as well as customers with Mac OS X Server environments.The FacetPhone server (the control center of the IP-PBX phone system) has previously been available only on Linux and UNIX platforms. FacetPhone has now been released for the reliable and scalable Mac OS X Server platform. All of the FacetPhone functionality is included with the Mac Server solution. Customers may choose any of the Mac platforms that support OS X Server Snow Leopard, including the Mac mini, iMac, Mac Pro, or Xserve. However, most customers will need only the cost effective Mac mini for their FacetPhone server. The FacetPhone user interface, available to all users, is compatible with all Mac computers, including the MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, and Mac Pro.

The FacetPhone IP-PBX business telephone system is a state-of-the-art communications system that is "VoIP from the ground up." FacetPhone is ideal for businesses with from 20 to 1000 phones, and provides "enterprise-class" features such as visual voice mail, call recording, multiple auto-attendants, ACD queues with full call center and contact center support, conference bridging, enterprise instant messaging, transparent integration of multiple offices and telecommuters, unified communications, powerful IVR functionality, and a rich computer-based graphical user interface for any and all users within the company. FacetPhone supports any dial tone sources the customer may have, including SIP trunks (& Skype for SIP) and VoIP services, PRI T1s, dynamic/flex T1s, as well as traditional analog POTS lines.

FacetCorp also expects to include Apple iPhone application integration with FacetPhone later this year. ("At Paradigm Agency, the client is king," says Dorene Scheuer, IT Director. "With high profile musicians as clients, it is critical that they can quickly and easily communicate with our agents. All of our people are using Macs and having FacetPhone's graphical user interface with all of its "views" into the system has helped us improve not only our external communications, but also our employee to employee communications," continued Scheuer. "The FacetPhone system was easily customized for our unique needs. And it is great to hear that the FacetPhone server is now also compatible with Mac OS X Server.""We have been using the FacetPhone IP-PBX for several years now and are thrilled with how we have been able to grow our business around this system," said Andrew White, president of Allied Home Warranty. "Our employees are more efficient and productive, and we are more reachable by our customers enabling us to provide them with better service. We have a lot of people using Macs, and having the FacetPhone graphical user interface available to all of our users, regardless of their workstation type has been particularly helpful. We are pleased to learn that the FacetPhone server will also now be available on Mac OS X Snow Leopard."Existing customers and new customers should contact FacetCorp for pricing, delivery and other information. 1.877.FacetGo (1.877.322.3846), 1.972.985.9901.www.facetcorp.comFacetPhone – "VoIP from the Ground Up"

About FacetCorp:

FacetCorp is a privately held company located in Dallas, Texas, USA. FacetCorp develops VoIP PBX business phone systems and networking solutions with an emphasis on providing outstanding product quality and premier customer service. FacetCorp's products include FacetPhone, FacetWin, FacetWin DT, and FacetTerm. FacetPhone is an IP-PBX telephone system for companies of all sizes. FacetWin is the all-in-one Windows to Linux / UNIX software connectivity product. FacetWin DT is a low cost terminal emulator for serial connections. And, FacetTerm provides multiple sessions for character-based applications. FacetCorp can be found on the World Wide Web at and FacetTerm are registered trademarks of FacetCorp. FacetPhone, UTAPI and NetTAPI are trademarks of FacetCorp. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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