Zultys Certifies UC Solutions as "Compatible With Windows 7"

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Updated: January 06, 2011

Zultys, Inc., a leading provider of Unified Communications and VoIP Business Phone Systems since 2001, announced today that the award-winning MXIE™ Unified Communications client has been certified as "Compatible with Windows 7" by Microsoft and has earned the Windows 7 logo. The MXIE desktop client integrates and manages all of your communications functions. It lets you see the presence status of others in your company, send emails, control all your phone calls via desktop phones or a softphone, send and receive faxes, send secure Instant Messages and voice messages, use Visual Voicemail, launch a collaborative MXmeeting™ web conference session, and much more -- all with a single mouse click.

"We know there's incredible interest in the Enterprise sector for deploying Windows 7. By working with Microsoft as a Certified Microsoft Partner, Zultys' Unified Communications solutions are ready to support the ramp-up in Windows 7 deployments we expect to see this year," said Vladimir Movshovich, CTO of Zultys. "We are confident that Zultys' family of IP PBX and Unified Communications products and solutions will provide companies the advanced Unified Communications features they need across Windows 7 to increase productivity, improve customer service and grow profitability."

MXIE now supports users on 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP, as well as all other major operating systems for desktops and laptops.

About Zultys

Zultys, Inc. is a global manufacturer of IP Business Phone Systems and Unified Communications Solutions headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe. The company sells through a channel of Value-Added Resellers and Distributors in 50 countries around the world. Our feature-rich VoIP Business Phone Systems and Unified Communications applications for Windows, Mac and Linux environments easily scale to support thousands of users at up to 128 different locations. Zultys delivers advanced features that help businesses increase productivity, improve customer service and grow profitability. All of this is done in an open SIP standard, energy efficient, single server, all-in-one design that eliminates the need for multiple servers making it simple to deploy, manage and use. For more information visit www.zultys.com.

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