CyberData's new VoIP Phone Paging, intercom, loud phone ringer and IP phone strobes are designed to enhance SMB through Enterprise level VoIP phone system installations. When migrating to VoIP phone systems many analog TDM devices such as phone paging systems, door intercoms, loud phone ringers, phone strobes and other analog devices no longer operate as part of the change over from TDM based phone systems to VoIP. Utilizing Cyberdata's IP technology as part of an overall VoIP phone system solution delivers cutting edge and cost-effective results, and is an essential element of any VoIP phone system installation. CyberData's SIP-enabled IP Paging Endpoints utilize digital communication technology in place of outdated analog technology. This increases reliability and allows a broader range of useful information to be transferred between devices.
Ricardo Trinidad, President of Telcom & Data, was quoted as saying that "there is a real need for these types of two way IP communication devices and Cyberdata's product offerings certainly meet these needs." Mr. Trinidad went on to say that there are several areas to the Cyberdata product line including, VoIP Paging Amplifiers, Zone Paging, IP connectivity to analog paging systems, IP addressable ceiling speakers, Loud IP Phone Ringers, Door Intercoms and IP Phone Strobes. Cyberdata solutions can be used for a number of verticals including healthcare, education, industrial and hospitality industries.
According to Bill Majerczak, sales manager for Cyberdata, says Cyberdata's success with their product lines lies in it's ease of set up and use. Every device can be plugged into a POE (power over Ethernet switch) for power and is easily programmed. Devices work with any premised base or hosted IP phone system.
About Telcom & Data
Telcom & Data is based in Milwaukee, WI with offices in Chicago and Miami FL. Founded by Ricardo Trinidad in 1996, Telcom & Data now provides communication solutions to over 13,000 business customers around the world. For more information about VoIP communications visit http://www.telcom-data.com.