Featured Solution: CyberData

CyberData designs and manufactures cutting-edge products for SIP-based Application Specific Endpoints for Unified Communications. We specialize in innovative and cost-effective IP paging and access control peripherals that are designed to enhance SMB through Enterprise level VoIP phone system installations. Through our OEM and technology partners, CyberData is committed to continued excellence in the development of new and unique products for the VoIP marketplace.

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AmTech brings you high quality headsets at an affordable price, thoroughly tested with industry leading IP Phones such as Aastra, Cisco SPA, Digium, Panasonic, Polycom, snom, Yealink, and many more.

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Founded in Taipei, Taiwan in 1988, Welltech is an experienced provider of VoIP equipment, including IP PBX, IP phones, FXO Gateway, FXS Gateway and SIP Proxy - with a goal of promotion better communication & networking solutions for VoIP customers.

Featured Solution: CloudCo Partner

CloudCo Partners, an affiliated company with 888VoIP, offers a consolidated experience for VARs, MSPs, ITSPs and other hosted providers for purchasing, managing, and billing various cloud solutions.  CloudCo Partners offers products from industry leading providers, such as SIP Trunks, 3CX phone system laaS and SaaS, as well as backup & recovery and faxing solutions. CloudCo Partners suite of products have all the major angles covered for your customers' communication needs. To learn more about CloudCo, visit their website or contact a...

Provisioning Yealink IP Phones with 3CX

In this video, Kerry shows how to configure Yealink IP Phones to work with 3CX, the Windows-based IP PBX platform. Since 3CX has auto-provisioning support for the Yealink phones, the first section focuses on getting auto-provisioning setup and working properly. The second part of the video shows how to configure the phones to work with 3CX by configuring the phones manually.

Configuring Cisco 7975 IP Phones for SIP

Anyone who has had the "pleasure" of trying to configure a Cisco 7975 phone with a SIP IP PBX system such as Asterisk, trixbox, or 3CX can attest to the fact that the phones are very picky with their config files and much of the information that is really handy to know is simply not documented anywhere. On top of that, to get the phones to even work right you have to use very specific versions of the SIP firmware...