Xorcom has been awarded its seventh straight “Best of Show” award at the IT EXPO held last week in Miami Beach, Florida. At the event Xorcom officially launched their video conferencing series with a live demo and announced Xorcom VoIP phones.

Also on display in the Xorcom booth was the new analog lines fail-over kit, alongside our tried-and-true business telephony solutions: stand-alone IP-PBX appliances,TwinStar for full IP-PBX fail-over, the multi-PRI with 16 E1/T1 ports in a single 1U chassis, and the redundant power supply.

Xorcom Continues to Expand and Enhance Product Line
In line with the company’s drive to continually expand and enhance the capabilities of its business telephony solutions, Xorcom made three announcements at the event:

  1. Xorcom will be launching the XV3000, a line of multi-point video conferencing solutions bundled with its high-end IP-PBX, starting in Q2/2012.
  2. Xorcom has released a product that will allow automated fail-over of FXO lines to pre-defined FXS extensions in the event of a power outage or Asterisk malfunction.
  3. Xorcom will include two IP phone models and an expansion module in its product offering to complement the existing IP-PBX product lines.

Significance of Best of Show Awards 
The ITEXPO Best of Show Awards recognize innovative products and solutions that were featured in the exhibit hall during the event. This designation serves to highlight the technological achievement and creative product features that set these winners apart from the rest of the crowd. TMC’s editorial staff evaluated the pre-show nominations, and met with vendors to inspect and review the displayed products on the first day of the Expo. According to the organizers, a record number of exhibitors participated in the expo, and a record number of new products and services were announced on the show floor.  This latest achievement is Xorcom’s seventh straight ‘best of show’ award, attesting to the company’s commitment to continually develop and expand its communications offering to the business community.