IP Phone (News - Alert) Warehouse is releasing a new line of VoIP PBX communication servers from Barracuda CudaTel to expand phone services to companies of all sizes. The plan is to give subscribers access to a variety of features, including user support, easy setup and installation, and provisioning.
The company said its mission is to “provide VoIP products at the lowest price to help consumers and organizations by empowering them with VoIP technology.” The company specifically chose Barracuda CudaTel due to its SIP compatibility; the system is based on a standard SIP, which should allow for implementation to almost all servers without any major hardware or software changes.
“IP Phone Warehouse decided to add the CudaTel product line because of Barracuda’s reputation in the IT industry and due to popular demand from our customers,” said Tyler Hrdlicka, director of Business Development at IP Phone Warehouse. “When looking at the CudaTel line we found great synergy between many of our customers. Several of our clients were actually buying phones from us to use on their CudaTel phone systems so we decided it was time to embrace this opportunity and start selling the CudaTel phone systems ourselves.”
IP Phone Warehouse has been selling VoIP related products since 2006, and specializes in keeping prices low. “We have our own warehouses and in some cases we ship directly from the manufacturers, if it saves you money. Basically, if we can find a way to give our clients better savings, we make sure we do it,” the company stated. This new phone system is just another way to offer their clients some savings.
Only about a month ago, IP Phone Warehouse announced that it was authorized to sell RealPresence Platform products from Polycom (News - Alert). Additionally, this new software would be implemented with the company’s phone services allowing for customers to meet virtually anywhere, any time, and in any location. At the time, Hrdlicka said that getting the certification was worth it, as it allows them to give customers high definition video conferencing.
Hrdlicka said his company plans to continue to stay a step ahead by offering new services and product lines to its customers as more technology hits the market.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo