The Grandstream UCM6100 series IP PBX has been certified with the Clearphone SIP Trunking service. The UCM6100 series IP PBX Appliance can now be deployed easily with Clearfly’s Clearphone SIP Trunking service by both customers and resellers, to easily create an excellent voice, video, data, and mobility solution for business or residential use.
Grandstream is thrilled to offer our popular UCM6100 series IP PBX Appliance to Clearfly’s customers,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. “Clearfly’s SIP Trunking services are the ideal fit for Grandstream’s UCM6100 series as both products strive to make IP communications more accessible and more affordable for business and residential users than ever before. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with Clearfly.”
The Grandstream UCM6100 series offers Clearfly users a set enterprise-grade communications features in an easy-to-manage platform with no licensing fees at a market leading price point.
The UCM6100 series runs Asterisk and can be setup, managed and fully customized using an intuitive web user interface. The UCM6100 series includes numerous Enterprise-grade IP PBX features, including multi-level IVRs, auto-attendant, call queues, Call Detail Reporting (CDR), automatic call recording, call-routing, multiple location peering, and voicemail/fax forwarding to email. All future feature additions and firmware upgrades are also included at no extra cost for the life of the product.
Clearfly’s solutions come in flat-rate data and voice packages with unlimited domestic long distance, and are specifically designed for the needs of companies with 5 to 500 employees. The services feature all the reliability and quality of traditional voice, bundled with the performance and functionality of dedicated high-speed Internet access.
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