Hitachi Cable has a new WiFi telephony phone: The IP-5000. Epygi and Intertex catch SIP fever and ABP distributes it all.
ABP will present new products at the Internet Telephony Show in Miami!
ABP Technology today announced they will have their latest VoIP products including Hitachi Cable’s Wireless IP Phone, SIPURA Analog Telephony Adapters, Epygi IPBXs which now support SIP phones, and Intertex’s new SIPswitch on display at TMC™’s INTERNET TELEPHONY® Conference & EXPO Miami 2005, February 22-25, 2005 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Miami, Florida. INTERNET TELEPHONY® Conference & EXPO is the nation’s premier event for showcasing leading cost-saving and cutting-edge IP telephony products and services.
“ABP’s participation at INTERNET TELEPHONY® Conference & EXPO is a primary reason why this show is widely recognized as the industry’s #1 venue to test, compare, and learn about the benefits and cost-savings inherent in IP telephony products and services,” said Rich Tehrani, TMC President and conference chairman. “The evolution in this industry has been monumental and it still continues to grow. We are proud to have ABP Technology with their expertise in the VoIP products they have evaluated and distribute as a key part of this year’s program.”
Hitachi Cable’s Wireless IP-5000 Phone is an advanced wireless IP phone that allows users to achieve crystal clear voice communication over an IEEE 802.11b wireless IP network. Not only does the Wireless IP-5000 support all of the conveniences and functions of a digital phone, it also perfectly integrates all key features of stationary IP phones and offers long battery life and great range.
SIPURA Analog Telephony Adapters enable individuals and companies to protect and extend their telephony investments. Installed by the end user and remotely provisioned, configured, and maintained by the service provider, each SPA converts voice traffic into data packets for transmission over an IP network. The SPA can be used in consumer and business IP telephony service offerings including full-featured IP Centrex.
Epygi Quadro iPBXs with SIP protocol support for IP phones can use both local phone company lines and VoIP service lines to be the reliable, versatile, and cost-effective iPBX for small businesses, branch offices, and home offices. The advanced IP routing features and firewall protects the office computers and provides QOS for IP calls. The Epygi Auto Attendant presents a big company image and the system offers voicemail, conferencing, and all of the standard PBX features. Save on fixed line costs and toll charges while at the same time maintaining known phone numbers for incoming calls and for backup in case of a temporary loss of Internet connectivity or temporary QOS problems.
Intertex’s new SIPswitch includes an access router to enable several PC’s and up to 24 SIP devices to share a single broadband connection and a firewall for security and privacy on the LAN. The included basic SIP proxy and dialplan allow it to be used as a local mini PBX for IP phones. When used with a hosted IPBX solution this product can be used as a "fall back" proxy in case IP connectivity is down to allow the local IP phone network to continue operating and even make calls out through a local optional gateway. The unit also includes a PCMCIA Slot enabling the addition of a Wireless card for a residential wireless network that will support wireless SIP devices.
“We are passionate about the success of our resellers and service provider partners and the Internet Telephony event in Miami has always been a fantastic venue for us to meet our customers face to face and exchange critical information on products, engineering concepts and sales issues.” said Robert Messer.
For additional information on ABP Technology, please visit our Web site at www.abptech.com. For more information about INTERNET TELEPHONY® Conference & EXPO, please visit www.itexpo.com.