Yeah they've been in the business for......two days now!
It's JUST ANOTHER HYBRID, like all others, except 3-Com spent their first three years of selling systems trying to actually make them do what they propsed they did. Did you know 3-Com wasn't even able to handle single key in house transfer for 8 months after they introduced their first hybrid?
They are getting better, still WAS behind Avaya and light years behind real phone manufacturers but have nothing to offer that anyone else doesn't do better except the fact that IT staff like 3-Com products, it was a no brainer for them to enter the VoIP market, they just haven't managed to catch up yet though.
Hyundai is slowly managing to make budget cars of a FAIR quality, they fit in with KIA, somehow end Toyota models etc. yet they have never been able to surpass Ford, GM or Chrysler or even Honda or Accura products as far as working value for money.
I know I know, you have yours and it works great, the sales rep is a great guy and all that. But it still doesn't come remotely close to offering the R&D, quality, durability and experience as say Nortel, Mitel, NEC, Comdial, or even an old Nitsuko system.
Mitel and Nortel both make routers but I would still pick a 3-Com due to their proven expertise in the field, just turn the table on that one.
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