Company 3CX launches new IP PBX for Windows: 3CX 3CX phone system frees office phone systems from outdated equipment and data transmission protocols and converts them into an application server, easy to manage London, UK – May 9, 2007 – 3CX today the company announced the commercial version of the phone system 3CX – a new IP PBX for Windows, fully replacing the traditional analog PBX systems. Based on the open standard SIP, a new PBX system works with a wide nomenclature of popular software and hardware phones. With industry-standard SIP, it can work with all operators and SIP gateways and connect to ordinary phone lines public and / or leased lines VOIP. 'This version of 3CX Phone System is an important stage of development, because we separated the IP PBX hardware and protocols from specific manufacturers. Now office PBX can be installed as a server application and Windows becomes more scalable and manageable "- said Nick Galea, CEO 3CX.
'The transition to an IP PBX has been a progressive step. But very often such phone system depended on the particular manufacturer of equipment. Decisions by AVAYA, Cisco and even Promised Response Point from Microsoft can not work without a special brand of equipment. In the case of AVAYA and CISCO used even proprietary protocols and proprietary telephones. 3CX Phone System provides the user with a completely open system that runs on any Windows computer with all SIP-phones, gateways and providers. Moreover, this system the user is not tied to the operating system Linux ', continued Nick Galea.