Release 3 Now Available for NCS 100 IP/Hybrid PBX

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MacroVoice Networks, a global provider of IP telephony and unified messaging solutions announced today the release of the Version 3 software for the NCS 100. Version 3 is a significant upgrade in features and system functionality to enhance todayÂ?s small to medium-sized enterprises productivity.

MacroVoice Networks, a global provider of IP telephony and unified messaging solutions announced today the release of the Version 3 software for the NCS 100. Version 3 is a significant upgrade in features and system functionality to enhance today’s small to medium-sized enterprises productivity.

The Version 3 release incorporates system functionality to enable the next generation series of telephones and IP appliances. 3-line LCD’s and 5 context sensitive buttons are standard enabling easy-to-use features. Enhanced system functionality enables CTI, remote IP communications, and multi-site connectivity.

“Today, Customers can have the best of both worlds – traditional PBX functionality with key phones or IP telephony all in one package,” says Richard Stamm, "CTO for MacroVoice Networks. MacroVoice once again sets the bar for productivity using a large 3-line x 24-character LCD display with 5 context sensitive buttons as well as a POE compliant IP telephone which has virtually all key telephone functions.”

Based on a 19” 4U server platform, the NCS 100 can scale form 4 to 352 ports by simply adding additional cabinets.

About MacroVoice Networks

Founded in 1988, MacroVoice Networks is a leading supplier of high performance IP telephony solutions and unified messaging solutions in over 42 countries. For more information about MacroVoice Networks’ products and services, please visit http://www.macrovoice.com -     Revolutionizing the way we communicate.

For Additional Information Contact:

Richard Stamm            

MacroVoice Networks         

561.994.9781            

rstamm@macrovoice.com    

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