CoreDial Announces More VoiceAxis Support for Aastra

SIP Phones and XML Development Toolkit Included

Updated: January 07, 2011

Aastra 675xi series SIP phones supported today with XML toolkit planned

Plymouth Meeting, PA (PRWEB) October 27, 2009 -- CoreDial, LLC, a premier provider of hosted PBX and VoIP software and services, today announced its VoiceAxis 3.0 multi-tenant PBX and VoIP management software will support the full line of Aastra SIP phones. VoiceAxis current has pre-built profiles for the Aastra 675xi series SIP phones, and the company announced its intention to support the Aastra XML toolkit.

"VoiceAxis Service Providers and Enterprise users benefit from our integration with the feature rich, cost effective Aastra SIP phones," said Alan Rihm, CEO at CoreDial. "Aastra has made a significant commitment to the SIP phone market, and we're seeing strong demand in the market for Aastra products due to their robust feature set, and extensibility through an XML toolkit. Anyone utilizing our VoiceAxis software has immediate access to sell, deliver and manage hosted PBX, VoIP and SIP trunking services with Aastra 675xi SIP phones on the end-users desk. VoiceAxis will add support for additional Aastra devices in the coming months, as well as an API and that supports the Aastra XML toolkit.

"CoreDial's VoiceAxis 3.0 PBX and VoIP management software is an exciting option for any Aastra reseller looking for a powerful, flexible, and cost effective hosted PBX and VoIP service delivery and billing platform " said John Drolet, Vice President of Sales, Indirect Channels and Carriers, Aastra USA. "Our two companies offer similar value propositions to our channel partners and end-user customers. We are both focused on delivering high quality, feature rich and cost effective products and services. The VoiceAxis software will help our channel partners to cost effectively deliver high value products and services, bundled with our Aastra SIP phones."

About Aastra USA

Aastra USA Inc. is the US business unit of Aastra Technologies Limited, a company at the forefront of the enterprise communication market. Headquartered in Concord, Ontario, Canada, Aastra develops and delivers innovative communications products and applications for businesses. Aastra's operations are truly global with more than 50 million installed lines around the world and a direct and indirect presence in more than 100 countries. Aastra USA is entirely dedicated to enterprise communications and offers IP telephony and Unified Communications solutions individually tailored to satisfy its customers' requirements. These range from feature-rich call managers for small and medium businesses and highly scalable ones for large enterprises, integrated mobility, call center solutions to a wide selection of terminals. With a strong focus on open standards, Aastra USA enables enterprises to communicate and collaborate more efficiently. For additional information on Aastra, visit our website at http://www.aastrausa.com

About CoreDial, LLC

CoreDial, LLC is a premier provider of hosted PBX and VoIP software and services throughout the United States. CoreDial enables its customers and channel partners to improve communications and productivity through the utilization of the latest advancements in hosted phone system and VoIP technologies. CoreDial's carrier class VoIP software platform, called VoiceAxis, provides customers and channel partners with high quality, high value communications products and services, while significantly reducing costs and improving business continuity.

To learn more about the CoreDial, please visit http://www.coredial.com.

CoreDial is a trademark of CoreDial, LLC. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are registered and protected by their respective owners.

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