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Aastra Introduces IP PBX Phone System

The new system features self-provisioning of extensions and visual voicemail.
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Aastra Telecom, a division of Aastra Technologies, has unveiled its new AastraLink Pro Model 160, an IP PBX system created and priced for the small business market.

The new phone system, available in May, is easy to deploy and offers a flexible infrastructure. It features auto-discovering and self-provisioning of extensions, visual voicemail delivered via XML, SIP trunking, expanded user control via a user-friendly Web interface, remote teleworker, and the ability to network multiple AastraLink Pro's via IP.

"Combined and fully integrated with Aastra’s existing portfolio of SIP phones, the launch of the AastraLink Pro enables us to deliver to market a powerful and truly cost-effective telephony solution specifically created for small-sized organizations," Yves Laliberté, executive vice president at Aastra Telecom, said in a statement.

Last updated: Mar 21, 2008




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