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[February 05, 2013]

Zultys and Telcentris Certify Interoperability of MX Series IP Phone Systems and VoxOx In Business Solution Suite

SUNNYVALE, CA, Feb 05, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Zultys, a premier provider of innovative unified communications solutions that empower businesses to collaborate effectively, and Telcentris(R) Inc., a leader in cloud communications and the creator of VoxOx(R) and VoxOx In Business(TM), today has announced the certification of its SIP Trunking solution for Zultys IP Phone Systems.

"SIP trunking provides significant benefits beyond economics, including flexibility of configuration, call clarity, and disaster recovery. As SIP trunking within our MX product line is standard, requiring no additional hardware or licensing, our Channel Partners have a great competitive advantage," said Steve Francis, chief sales and marketing officer at Zultys.

"We are thrilled to partner with Zultys and their high performance IP PBX's," said Tad Nikolich, VP of Business Sales at Telcentris. "Our SIP trunks are the perfect complement to Zultys' feature-rich systems." A key part of Telcentris' VoxOx In Business solution suite, the company's SIP trunks are now certified on Zultys' IP Phone systems, which translates into great customer benefits, including: quick set-up; cost savings with the VoxOx In Business highly competitive domestic and international rates; auto failover options to alternate IP's or off-net DID's and much more.

Telcentris offers great options for scalability -- VoxOx In Business lets customers start out with as few as 3 SIP trunks/channels and scale up to 10,000 -- combined with the built-in capabilities of Zultys MX phone system to meet company's growing demands without the need for additional hardware, allow for painless workforce expansion.

About Telcentris Telcentris is an innovator in cloud-based unified communications and VoIP solutions for consumer, business and wholesale markets. For consumers, Telcentris delivers VoxOx, a free service that integrates voice, text, chat, fax, social networking and more. For businesses, Telcentris provides VoxOx In Business -- a complete suite of VoIP business phone solutions that are more cost effective, efficient and easier to manage than traditional phone systems. Through a wholesale division, Telcentris also offers turnkey VoIP solutions and carrier services. The foundation of the company's offerings is its award-winning unified communications platform in the cloud that enables the company and its customers to build powerful, scalable applications and services. Founded in 2006, Telcentris is headquartered in San Diego. For more information, please visit

About Zultys Zultys is the global provider of a true all-in-one unified communications solution. Innovative, reliable and scalable, Zultys IP phone systems integrate voice, video, data and mobility -- in a single appliance -- to optimize collaboration for businesses of all sizes. Zultys delivers a powerful, feature-rich communications system that is easy-to-use, deploy and maintain.

Zultys is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices around the world. To learn more, visit

Zultys. Innovate. Communicate. Collaborate.

Contact: Lina Agranonik 408-328-0450 x 749 Email Contact SOURCE: Zultys id=C37E38F13AFB5A5F

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