Don’t Let the Summer Heat Ruin Your Phone System

By Matthew Hilton

With spring temperatures rising and summer nearly here, don’t let your phone system fall victim to overheating or meeting an untimely and costly demise. With many legacy systems only relying on passive cooling solutions (looking at you, analog and traditional TDM/key systems), and many of these PBXs being placed in less-than-ideal locations, such as basements or storage closets with no AC, your phone system could be living on borrowed time.

Think a new phone system is too costly, time-consuming, or difficult to install?  Fear not, Switchvox is here!

Digium’s complete phone system packages cost less than you might imagine and can include:

Digium’s IP phones and VoIP gateways are designed to seamlessly integrate with Switchvox to provide an unparalleled user experience and to give you an end-to-end solution – all from one vendor.

And, with Switchvox’s intuitive, browser-based configuration process; local, Digium-certified resellers and installers; and free, online tutorials, configuring your new UC solution is a snap.

Plus, Digium Switchvox consistently ranks high in customer satisfaction and loyalty, and we do it all for a fraction of the cost of the “big name” brands.

As they say, preventative maintenance is the best medicine. Or, in this case, it’s a much less expensive option than potentially lost orders, downtime, staff overtime pay, or the countless other detriments your business might face should your phone system go unexpectedly offline.

Find out how Switchvox can empower your communications today.


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Matthew Hilton

Matthew is the Switchvox Product Marketing Manager for Digium. Matthew has spent the last 15 years in various IT roles working for multiple Fortune 500 companies and Value-Added Resellers. Not one to sit idly by, his job titles have included, Business Analyst, Systems & Network Engineer, VOIP Engineer, Programmer and Marketing Specialist. He graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University with a BA in English and a focus on Business Information Systems.

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