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Amtelco Employee Awards Announced

McFarland, WI – Amtelco announces that Steve Bormett of the Field Engineering Department is the 2017 recipient of Amtelco’s William J. Curtin Employee of the Year award. The honor, conferred annually at year’s end, is named in remembrance of Amtelco founder William J. Curtin II, and is the most cherished award available to Amtelco employees.

Amtelco Successfully Tests Cox SIP Trunking

McFarland, WI – Amtelco and Cox Communications announce the successful completion of interoperability testing of Cox’s SIP trunking services with Amtelco’s Genesis intelligent soft switch, the Internet Protocol (IP) based Private Branch eXchange (PBX) capability of Amtelco’s Infinity platform and the Telescan Spectrum Prism II platform.

AMTELCO XDS Division Introduces T1/E1 Appliance

McFarland, WI – The new T1/E1 Appliance from Amtelco XDS is a small, compact, highly cost-effective system containing a highly configurable Asterisk™ telephony platform with a single T1/E1 span and a single Ethernet port. The appliance can be used as a VoIP gateway using the SIP capabilities of Asterisk. Amtelco’s highly successful T1/E1 protocols are used for the T1/E1 span.

Amtelco Genesis and Soft Agent Successfully Complete Avaya DevConnect Compliance Testing

McFarland, WI – Amtelco announces that the Genesis Intelligent Series solution and the Intelligent Soft Agent both have successfully completed Avaya DevConnect Compliance Testing.

AMTELCO’s Announces miSecureMessages Version 6.6

The features added in miSecureMessages (MSM) Version 6.6 are designed to make it even easier to use. The features were developed in collaboration with members of the miSecureMessages Certified Partner program and MSM app users.

The Big Impact of Simplification on Call Centers

By Kevin Beale, Vice President for Software, Research and Development

One of the most significant benefits of Amtelco’s Genesis Intelligent Series platform for call centers is simplification. This is the first of five blogs on this subject.