SIPBox Launches to Provide Complete VoIP Solutions for Enterprises

Designing, Implementing, and Supporting Asterisk Telephony Solutions for Medium to Large Enterprises (200+ users)

SIPBox Launches to Provide Complete VoIP Solutions for Enterprises


Designing, Implementing, and Supporting Asterisk Telephony Solutions for Medium to Large Enterprises (200+ users)

TINLEY PARK, IL and BOSTON, MA - (September 12, 2006) - SIPBox, an end -to -end telephony provider that designs, implements and supports VoIP solutions for medium to large enterprises, today announced the official launch of the company at the Fall VON Conference in Boston, MA. With a specialty in Asterisk(R), the industry's first open source telephony platform, SIPBox offers a complete solution and handles the entire process on site, from design to implementation to ongoing management and support.

With customers ranging from schools to municipalities with multiple locations, SIPBox provides customers with a complete solution, starting with onsite network design and integration. Handling the entire process onsite, from design to implementation and 24/7 support, SIPBox brings a focused expertise that can not only implement, but manage and maintain the system as well.

"We are committed to providing flexible and cost -effective communications solutions to our customers," said Chad Agate, co -founder and CEO of SIPBox. "We guarantee all of our services, all of our implementations are enterprise and carrier grade, and we have aligned ourselves with some of the leading technology vendors in the industry such as Digium and Polycom."

SIPBox is also announcing the completion of enterprise -grade, Asterisk -based deployments with premier customers, including ECHO Joint Agreement, Steger School District and Calumet Township Trustee.

In addition to handling end -to -end services for customers, SIPBox is also able to build hybrid telephony solutions for customers who want to transition to VoIP, but need to utilize existing legacy equipment. This provides a tremendous cost savings and ease of management associated with moving employees, upgrading equipment, conferencing capabilities and establishing remote facilities.

About SIPBox
SIPBox designs, implements and supports end -to -end telephony solutions for medium -to -large enterprises (200+ users). With a specialty in Asterisk, the industry's first open source telephony platform, SIPBox differentiates itself from other solutions providers by offering a complete solution, starting with on -site network design and integration. Handling the entire process on -site, from design to implementation to 24/7 support, SIPBox brings a focused expertise that can not only implement, but manage and maintain the system as well. SIPBox is based in Tinley Park, Illinois. Please visit www.sipbox.net for additional information.

SIPBox and the SIPBox logo, are registered trademarks of SIPBox. Asterisk is a registered trademark of Digium Inc.

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