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Zen Software introduces 3CX VoIP PBX in UK.

Worldwide Computer Products News-4 September 2007-Zen Software introduces 3CX VoIP PBX in UK(C)1995-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

Zen Software, a distributor of software products in the UK and Ireland, has introduced software-based VoIP PBX from 3CX, a developer of network infrastructure software, in the UK and Ireland.

According to the company, 3CX is an open standard, full-featured IP PBX server built to SIP standards and developed specifically for Microsoft Windows. It integrates existing PSTN lines using VOIP gateways, VOIP providers and SIP compliant handsets or softphones, providing a PBX server without proprietary hardware or software restrictions.

3CX benefits reportedly include: reduced call charges using VOIP providers; web-based, easy to use administrative interface; auto attendant, ring groups, call queuing, and voicemail; Hot Desk, enabling the users to move phones from one desk to another without rewiring or reconfiguring; as well as enabling remote employees to pick up their extension irrespective of their location.

3CX is available in four versions, a free edition, Small Business and Pro editions, as well as an Enterprise edition, which offers unlimited extensions and lines and Exchange 2007 integration. The free trial version of 3CX is available for download from http://www.zensoftware.co.uk/3cx/. No other pricing details were disclosed.

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