Cetis VoIP hotel phones are now interoperability certified

Phybridge has achieved interoperability certification of Cetis hotel phones, including Teledex, and TeleMatrix brand VoIP telephone models.

“We’re pleased to certify the full range of Cetis VoIP phones with Phybridge cutting edge IP PBX and IP phone enablement solutions,” said Julian Kennedy, manager hospitality and healthcare, Phybridge, Inc. “With data switches delivering Ethernet and Power over a single pair of telephony grade wire with 4 times the reach of traditional data switches, we welcome Cetis as a proven world-class telephony endpoint partner for VoIP solutions.”

Phybridge was the first company to introduce an enterprise level fully managed switch that delivers Ethernet and PoE to more than 1,200 feet over a single pair of wire and Teledex introduced the hospitality industry’s first VoIP phones in 2006.

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