MyNetFone (ASX MNF) has released an upgraded version of its cloud-based IP PBX with what it says is a host of new features. The same functionality will also be available, white-labelled for sale to other service providers by MyNetFone subsidiary, Symbio Networks, which operates the platform supporting the product.
Internode has formed a partnership with unified communications technology company, Mitel and systems integrator, Tie Networks, under which Internode will host the virtualised version of the Mitel IP telephony platform with Tie Networks configuring and customising the platform for individual users.
Deltapath has evolved from a pure IP phone system provider with its flagship product, the frSIP® IP PBX in its 1st-generation for enterprises to the frSIP® Unified Communication Core customized for various industry solutions to customers worldwide.
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