Centrex supplier Inclarity has announced improvements to its broadband telephony service that enable customers with private branch exchange (PBX) telephony systems to access the same level of functionality as those using full IP telephony services. The enhancements have been provided through an investment by Inclarity in its IP network, which now uses routers from OneAccess to offer the new services to customers with PBXs.
The new services now offered by Inclarity allow customers that want to retain PBX systems to extend their lifetime and usefulness through VoIP features including: a single centralised telephone system for all premises with minimal configuration; seamless connection of home and remote workers; a flexible receptionist console; self-care management tools and automatic configuration.
Inclarity selected OneAccess’ ONE 200 routers after extensive testing of carrier class products that would deliver the required quality of service and performance. OneAccess is building market share in the UK VoIP market. Deployed at customers’ premises, the ONE 200 is installed alongside the existing PBX system to provide IP-level functionality.
“These sophisticated new services answer the call from customers large and small that want to retain their existing PBX infrastructure but gain the sorts of features that full VoIP users experience,” said Ahal Besorai, chief executive officer of Inclarity. “Inclarity’s Broadband Telephony solutions now offer unrivalled flexibility and cover every step whether organisations are migrating progressively or immediately to IP telephony.”