VoIP Solutions Week in Review: SYSCOM, 3CX, Frost & Sullivan & More
Welcome back to the week in review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines in the VoIP space this week.
The week started off with some good news for resellers and service providers. According to 3CX, a software based IP PBX supplier, the shutdown of legacy systems will create exciting new opportunities for resellers and service providers. These shutdowns will require customers to transition to other networks and services, such as VoIP. And resellers and service providers can be there with solutions and support to help these customers make the transition. Find out more about the coming changes HERE.
Speaking of 3CX, the company has partnered with SYSCOM to provide better VoIP solutions. For Mexico's SYSCOM, becoming the Latin American (LATAM) distributor for 3CX gives the company a proven IP PBX provider as it looks to deliver comprehensive VoIP solutions with a suite of enterprise-grade features for its customers. You can read more about this partnership HERE.
It was a big week all around for 3CX, as the company announced that two National Health Service (NHS) surgeries based in Leeds, UK have deployed the 3CX IP PBX solution after witnessing the successful implementation of the technology at other facilities. The 3CX IP PBX platform is going to provide a VoIP solution integrated with unified communications features that will give the two surgeries in Leeds access to many different options. Find out more HERE.
Finally, the week rounded out with some promising news from Frost & Sullivan. The report entitled “Growth Opportunities in the VoIP Access and SIP Trunking Services Market,” forecasted large amounts of growth in the industry in the next five years, with market revenue expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 21.5 percent from 2015 to 2020, while user base growth rate will be 18.5 percent. Find out what this means for VoIP suppliers HERE.
That’s all for this week. Come back next week to read all the latest news in the VoIP space.