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Voip

We are looking to implement a voip phone system.  We are looking at Cisco products..., WOW sticker shock! Does anyone have another suggestion and still have the reliability like Cisco?
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Sniper98GCommented:
What scale are you looking for?
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ccomleyCommented:
As Sniper98G says, we're better able to help with an idea of the size and shape of your intended system.

We advocate (and resell and support) because we find them flexible and reliable, Epygi Quadro PBX systems, and either Snom or Linksys phones.

The Quadro range starts with the 2x which supports a single PSTN trunk or a single ISDN2 trunk, 16 (expandable to 32) VOIP extensions (and VOIP trunking of course!)

Top of the range Quadro M32x supports up to an ISDN-30 (or USA equiv)  primary rate trunk, and up to 192 VOIP extensions (plus, of coures, VOIP trunking).

All of them have voice mail, auto-attendant, and a very flexible set of call mangement and call routing configurations, all driven by a well laid out web GUI.

www.epygi.com

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