Phone System

  • Epygi

    Epygi QX200

    The Epygi QX200 is a bigger version of the Epygi QX50 as it can scale to support over a hundred phones and up to 64 voice connections. It too has a small form factor and fully supports analog, digital PRI and SIP voice connections. Additionally, it supports a variety of IP phones from vendors such as as Grandstream, Fanvil, Snom and Polycom, to name a few. For companies looking for 10 to 50 phone solutions without killing their budget, the Epygi QX200 is a great solution.


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  • Epygi QX50

    The Epygi QX50 is designed for small to medium sized businesses looking to upgrade from older, obsolete key and digital phone systems. The QX50 has a small form factor so it can sit on a shelf or easily be wall-mounted. It supports a variety of IP phones from vendors such as as Grandstream, Fanvil, Snom and Polycom, to name a few. And it’s priced right to let small businesses get the benefits of VoIP technology without spending a lot of money.


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  • Zultys

    Zultys MX-SE

    The Zultys MX-SE is a smaller version of the Zultys MX250, supporting up to 50 users in one box. It has all the same features of the MX250 and supports analog, digital PRI and SIP voice interface options. The same MX GUI admin can be used for customer setup and system diagnosis. And as a software-based phone system, customers need only to keep their software current to enjoy product longevity and the low cost of ownership.


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  • Zultys MX250

    Zultys MX250

    The Zultys MX250 supports up to 250 users in one phone system. Additional MX250s can be clustered together to support up to 1,000 users. The MX250 runs on a Linux operating system and is fully SIP compliant. The MX software code is over 14 years old which makes the MX250 very scalable, feature-rich and extremely flexible for meeting customer requirements.


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