OptiCaller Software launches Mobility Router - improve mobility for all PBXs

During Mobile World Congress in 2013, OptiCaller Software will launch a new product OptiCaller Mobility Router.

 

Description of the problem with PBXs today

When Ericsson launched the Mobile Extension in 2000, it was a revolution that a user could place a call with his cell phone and show his landline number and also the ability to control the PBX from the mobile phone with DTMF tones. In 13 years, it has not happened much in this area. The standard still used is DISA (Direct Inward System Access), which means that the mobile phone calls via an access number and sends DTMF tones to dial out from the PBX or to control various PBX features.

In 2013, it is not accepted that call set up takes 15-22 seconds (dependant on Smartphone) and that during the setup disturbing DTMF tones will be heard. There are also limitations with Android and iPhone which does not allow to communicate during a call with DTMF tones toward the PBX making it impossible to activate so-called mid call features such as park and transfer calls etc.

 

OptiCaller Mobility Router - fast call setup without disturbing DTMF tones

OptiCaller Mobility Router is our innovative solution to these problems. OptiCaller Mobility Router connects to your PBX or Centrex via SIP trunk or ISDN PRI port.

FUNCTIONALITY

  • Fast call set up without disturbing the DTMF tones
  • All PBXs now get access to OptiCallers patented callback technology that lowers the cost of calls abroad with 45-95%
  • Full functionality of iPhone and Android, which has not previously been possible with the old DTMF technology
  • Apps for most Smartphones (Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Symbian, Windows Mobile)

 

OptiCall Mobility Router has been tested successfully against a variety of PBXs (Avaya, Aastra, Broadsoft, Cisco, Ericsson LG, Mitel, Panasonic, Siemens & Samsung)

 

CONTACT:
Mattias Hansson, CEO OptiCaller Software AB
E-mail: mattias@opticaller.se
www.opticaller.com
Phone: +46313012262

 

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