IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/13 -- Toshiba America Information Systems Inc., Telecommunication Systems Division (Toshiba -- www.telecom.toshiba.com), today announced that it has increased the capacity of the EP model of its IPedge® Application Server to 24 ports, up from 8 ports. Adding IPedge Application Server to the Strata® CIX IP business telephone systems brings the full suite of IPedge offerings, including unified messaging, mobility, unified communications, and meeting collaboration applications, to Strata CIX users.
"In response to user and dealer demand, we have expanded the capacity of our IPedge EP Application Server to help Strata CIX and Strata CTX users take advantage of the many IPedge applications now available to them on the current platforms," said Brian Metherell, vice president and general manager of Toshiba America Information Systems Inc., Telecommunication Systems Division. "By making IPedge available as an application server to Strata CIX and Strata CTX users, we at Toshiba are bringing the latest IP unified communications and mobility solutions to our legacy users at a very affordable price. It also focuses and streamlines the same application server portfolio across our Strata CIX, IPedge, and VIPedge product lines for our Authorized Toshiba Dealers."
Using IPedge as an application server gives users of Strata CIX and Strata CTX systems all the application benefits of the IPedge without entirely moving to IP, an affordable solution that lets them mix-and-match digital and IP endpoints as necessary for their businesses.
Applications include IPedge Unified Messaging, IPMobility for mobility and single-number reach, IPedge Call Manager for unified communications, and IPedge Meeting for audio, Web, and video collaboration. Users of Toshiba's legacy Strata CTX digital business telephone systems can also upgrade to Strata CIX and add IPedge as an application server to enable these advanced solutions.
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