New Name Enters IP Telephony Arena
Posted on September 6, 2012
Nimans has become the exclusive UK distributor of an innovative IP PBX solution after forming a strategic business alliance with international manufacturer Yeastar.
Available in three distinctive versions, the iQ PBX platform is designed for the sub 25, 60 and 200 user markets - combining sophisticated feature-rich functionality with cost effective performance – including Microsoft Lync integration as part of an all-in-one solution.
The entry level iQ PBX 250 is aimed at smaller organisations and boasts impressive features such as a built-in music on hold player, conference calling, voicemail to email and one-touch conversation recording capabilities. The iQ PBX 600 is ideally suited to SME’s or remote branch offices of larger organisations and shares many similarities with the 250 - providing dial by name and three-way call facilities, including video. In addition the unit has an optional GSM gateway for mobile calls.
The flagship iQ PBX 2000 offers a host of high-end ‘out-of-the-box’ features including support for 30 channels of ISDN30, 60 SIP trunks and a massive 300 IP endpoints. 100% of calls can be recorded via any trunk combination offering enterprise-level performance and outstanding value for money.
RRP prices (ex VAT) start from £500 (250 model), £850 for the mid range 600 and £2,900 for the top-of-the-range 2000 version.
Nimans’ Group Sales and Business Development Director, Richard Carter, says the iQ PBX offers resellers a simple and cost effective route into today’s expanding VoIP PBX arena – all-in-one technology that’s easy to configure and straightforward to implement and support.
“Teaming-up with Yeastar enables us to create new reseller sales opportunities with software-based systems that combine high performance, competitive pricing and easy accreditation - based on open standards – with the full support of Nimans behind them.”
All three models are based on the flexibility of a hybrid solution (a combination of VoIP applications with the option to use legacy telecom equipment) for customers not yet ready to migrate to a complete VoIP solution.