Allworx 48x Phone System Recognized for Outstanding Innovation by TMC
ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Allworx, a subsidiary of Windstream Corp. (NYSE:WIN, news, filings), announced today that TMC, a global, integrated marketing company, has named the company as a recipient of its 2011 Unified Communications Excellence Award.
The Unified Communications Excellence Awards honor products that have unique features and have made significant contributions in advancing technology in unified communications.
Awards are presented to companies that provided a case study of unified communications success experienced by a client after implementing the nominated product or service. Awards are based on hard data demonstrating the improvements that the winner’s product/service made for its client’s business.
“With proven excellence in providing solutions in the UC marketplace, we are pleased to grant a 2011 Unified Communications Excellence Award to Allworx for their 48x Phone System,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC.
“Congratulations to the entire team at Allworx for their commitment to advancing UC technologies and we look forward to future innovations.”
The Allworx 48x Phone System offers built-in connections to traditional phones lines, T1/PRI, and SIP services. As the IP-based phone trend continues to grow, Allworx phone systems allow small and medium size businesses to move to VoIP at their own pace.
The Allworx 48x can support up to 250 users per system. It has two T1/PRI interfaces that make it the perfect solution for medium sized businesses. The 48x also offers full support for all Allworx VoIP phones, contains energy efficient design for maximum energy cost savings, and has a solid state drive for increased reliability.
“This award is an honor and provides further proof that our efforts to deliver innovative products that are easy to use and support are being recognized,” said Chris Hasenauer, vice president and general manager of Allworx. “The Allworx 48x System, with its many software features, including mobile link for your iPhone, advanced multi-site software, unified messaging, and tapi driver, delivers unified communications to businesses nationwide.”
Allworx develops award-winning phone and network systems for small-to-medium sized businesses and sells these products through a network of Authorized Resellers. The product line includes the Allworx 6x, 48x systems and Allworx 9224 phone and Tx 92/24 Expander, 9212, 9212L, 9202, 9204G and 9204 IP phones along with a series of software options. By combining the advanced features of today's VoIP systems with the key system features SMBs have grown to rely on, Allworx systems are ideal replacements for the millions of aging (TDM) PBX and key phone systems in use today. For more information, please visit www.allworx.com.
Windstream Corp. (NASDAQ: WIN) is a leading provider of advanced network communications, including cloud computing and managed services, to businesses nationwide. The company also offers broadband, phone and digital TV services to consumers primarily in rural areas. Windstream has more than $6 billion in annual revenues and is listed on the S&P 500 index. For more information, visit www.windstream.com.
TMC is a global, integrated media company that helps clients build communities in print, in person, and online. TMC publishes the Customer Interaction Solutions, INTERNET TELEPHONY, Next Gen Mobility and Cloud Computing (formerly InfoTECH Spotlight) magazines. TMCnet.com, which is read by two million unique visitors each month, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries. TMC is the producer of ITEXPO, the world’s leading B2B communications event. In addition, TMC runs multiple industry events: 4G Wireless Evolution; M2M Evolution; Cloud Communications Expo; SIP Tutorial 2.0:Bringing SIP to the Web; Business Video Expo; Regulatory 2.0 Workshop; DevCon5; HTML5 Summit; CVx; AstriCon; StartupCamp; MSPAlliance MSPWorld and more. Visit TMC Events for a complete listing and further information. For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com.