We are excited to announce the first ever VoIP Supply branded IP PBX, the RenegadePBX 1U Appliance. At VoIP Supply, we strive to put you, the customer, first. With over 13 years of perfecting your buying experience before, during and after your purchase we wanted to bring this experience to our own appliance.
The choices are all up to you!
In true VoIP Supply fashion, we didn’t want to limit you to only certain choices with your IP PBX. The RenegadePBX allows you to mold the exact appliance needed for your situation.
Choose your own open source software platform (installed on your appliance prior to shipment)
VoIP Supply is continually growing and striving to make the customer experience better. We wanted to share with you our newest addition to our customer satisfaction tool kit.
The Customer Always Comes First
We have created an interactive demo lab for use by our sales team, tech support team and any customers who would like to visit. We have all types of equipment in our lab from VoIP Headsets, VoIP Phones, IP Paging equipment and also multiple types of IP PBX Appliances.
Check out the video created by our new Video Production Manager, Stephen Lopian.
Our custom tech table was built locally specifically for our Interactive Lab at VoIP Supply.
Beginning July 2015, Invoxia NVX 620 and NVX 220 VoIP phone systems will be made available to all VoIP Supply customers
Invoxia, a French based VoIP solutions company, has announced the arrival of it’s newest VoIP SIP Phones into the U.S. market – the Invoxia NVX 620 and the Invoxia NVX 220 – both of which have the capability of being both a desktop phone and a conference unit while using Apple and Android devices as a control interface.
Compatible with iPhone, Android, and Tablets
Compatible with both iPhone (including the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models) and Android devices, the NVX 620 transforms the modern desk phone into a fully BYOD capable communications device. Accommodating not only cellular devices, but also iPads and Android …
So far 2014 has been a busy year for Aastra. In late January their acquisition by Mitel was completed and then in March they released the Aastra 6800i series of VoIP phones, which marked the first new line of desktop VoIP phones from them in quite some time. Now after a few quiet months some more changes were announced last week with the discontinuing of 3 phone models due to issues sourcing components.
The Aastra 6757i, 6755i and 6753i were the cornerstone of Aastra and some of their most popular VoIP phones for close to a decade and with the utmost respect for these phones, I believe their time had come.
While them being put out to pasture may have been accelerated by the components …
Next up on the schedule is your chance to get a first-hand look at the new Grandstream GXV Series of Android-based VoIP Video Phones.
We encourage you to attend to ask questions and learn how they can fit into your business communication solution because as Gina Narcisi at SearchUnifiedCommunications points out, “There’s no doubt that consumerization has impacted business needs, and employees expect more of the features they are used to using in their personal lives — like video — at work. ”