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Power Protection: TelcoDepot Considers Downtime as it Expands Business Phone System Line

January 09, 2012

By Rajani Baburajan - Power Protection Contributor

In an effort to provide a defensive measure against downtime and improve customer experience, TelcoDepot (News - Alert).com, an e-commerce VoIP equipment and VoIP service provider, has unveiled business phone system accessories on its online phone system store.


The new range of products is designed to improved user experience and provide a last line of defense during downtime.

Important accessories offered at TelcoDepot.com include USB Phone recorders, Xlink Bluetooth cellular gateways, Xtreme Technologies Xlink BT Cellular Bluetooth Gateway hubs, Jabra (News - Alert) SPEAK 410 USB VoIP desktop hands-free speakerphones, six foot modular replacement handset coiled cords, 12 foot modular replacement handset coiled cords, 25 foot modular replacement handset cords, and more.

Besides accessories, TelcoDepot.com provides business phone systems, hosted PBX (News - Alert) solutions, VoIP phones, business VoIP service, conferencing system solutions, Microsoft response point solutions, VoIP gateways, telephone equipment accessories and phone system support solutions for businesses.

“Everybody knows that stock telephone systems can only do so much; and the use of compatible and high quality accessories can greatly improve the functionality and user experience of phone systems,” said Yaron Ram, principal at TelcoDepot.com, in a statement.

“There is also the issue of downtime resulting from worn out phone equipment parts that need replacing - you need a source of quality replacement parts and accessories that you can trust to keep you going when things go wrong, and TelcoDepot.com is your sure bet any day, anytime, just go online and order," Ram added.

The supplier of quality business telephone systems says genuine and compatible accessories are important to creating reliable phone system infrastructure. If the products have the right configuration, it can make a big difference in how employees work and produce without impacting operating budgets.

Having equipment that can tackle downtime and power outages is paramount, especially when you ask Minuteman UPS/Para Systems (News - Alert), a leading provider of power protection technologies. Recently, Minuteman sat down with TMCnet to discuss how 2011 fared for the company.

“2011 has been a phenomenal year for Minuteman,” Duston Nixon, marketing communications specialist for Minuteman, told TMCnet. “We have been fortunate enough to face the uncertain economic climate and meet our goals for the year, which included substantial growth in several markets.”

Minuteman made several valuable contributions to the industry this year. In March, Minuteman brought Christmas early to customers as the power protection company offered instant rebates of up to $250 for all the tools needed to protect entire networks, telephones or security systems. Over the summer, Minuteman weighed in on why small and medium sized business (SMB) owners should not overlook power protection technologies as well as a white paper called “Powering Your Business Disaster Planning” which delineates the key components of an all encompassing power protection plan – one which proves failproof during short-term power surges or even extended outages. 

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Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Carrie Schmelkin