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AltiGen launches new VoIP phone system

According to AltiGen, MAX2000 comes with increased support for up to 100 users and built-in hot swappable RAID-1 storage array and redundant hot swappable power supplies. In addition, the host processor speed has been upgraded and gigabit ethernet support has been added.

Some of the MAX2000 key features and benefits of the system include: all-in-one VoIP phone system that provides an integrated communications solution; native integration to Microsoft’s Exchange Server 2007; built-in storage and power redundancy; built-in conference bridge with scheduling application; self administration for do it yourself phone system management; and office extension mobility with ExtensionAnywhere.

Jimmin Yao, vice president of product management at AltiGen, said: The strengthened redundancy features that have been incorporated into the MAX2000 product line gives our customers an added layer of protection against unplanned system outages. This, combined with our award winning VoIP softswitch architecture, provides one of the most robust communications platforms available today.

AltiGen is a provider of Microsoft-based VoIP business phone systems and unified communications systems. It is headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, with international operations based in Shanghai, China.

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