Broadliner Exertis has started the distribution of vipeX SIP handsets for its reseller base. The UC division of Exertis has acquired the UK and European contract to supply vipeX end points to the market, providing feature rich devices at an affordable price.
Mark Sumner, Exertis Unified Comms product manager, said: “we are delighted to be introducing the vipeX range to the market. The products provide enterprise class features, performance and quality together with excellent value, offering an alternative proposition for all our resellers supplying SIP endpoints on hosted and traditional PBX.”
Exertis will be offering two vipeX models that can rival most solutions in the market, both featuring intelligent DSS key-mapping. The D4P has a 2.8” LCD colour display, 10/100 RJ45 port and capable of handling 4 SIP lines. The D5G has a 3.5” LCD colour display, 10/100/1000 network port and capable of handling 6 SIP lines. Exertis will be including the UK power supply in the box as standard, taking away the need to purchase this separately for an additional cost, allowing resellers to offer one price for an all in one box solution. With an RRP of €115.99 for the D4P and €139.99 for the D5G, these products fit perfectly into an ever-growing market place, giving resellers the ability to offer their customers something different that differentiates them from the competition.
According to a recent market research report by Markets & Markets the global SIP trunking market is expected to grow from €6.71bn in 2018 to €11.70bn by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 10.7%. The need to enhance collaboration among remote and mobile workers is said to be a major driving factor for the growing adoption of SIP Trunking services among small businesses.