Business VoIP Phone Systems

A comprehensive turnkey solution for your business environment

Consolidate all your business’ communications into one simple, portable and cost effective VoIP business phone system from Nehos Communications.

Whether you live in Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney or anywhere else in Australia, the advantages of installing a VoIP phone system in your business are substantial:

  • Receive phone calls wherever you find a broadband connection simply by associating your VoIP business account
  • Operate as standalone or integrate with office automation, with the capacity to send and receive documents while being able to make numerous calls over a single Ethernet connection
  • The savings in call cost with a VoIP provider, including local/national, mobile and international calls, is reason enough to get a VoIP business phone system installed at your office.

Get your business VoIP phone systems set up in days, not months!

At Nehos Communications, our small business VoIP phone systems are offered with zero commitment as we are certain that once you start using all/any of our services, you will want to stay. With 100% success rate in local number porting (bring existing fixed numbers into our network) we don’t believe in contracts, we believe in providing VoIP phone systems and individual service at great prices.

Contact Nehos today on 1300 726 889 and talk to one of our solution experts about our business VoIP phone systems or any other solution on offer from our range of business phone systems. Browse our VoIP products below and rest assured you will receive a best of class solution at a budget that suits your needs.

QX IP PBXs

The new QX line consists of three IP PBXs and four Gateways. The QX products are more compact, fully rack-mountable and contained in a metal enclosure. The new products are meant to mix and match for a fully customizable system to fit every consumer's specific needs. With the purchase of a rack-mounting kit, the units also come with two DC power cables for power redundancy.

The following comparison matrix will help you to better decide which product will best suit your company's needs. Please select a product below for more details.

Product Name Total Phones Concurrent Call Volume Total IP Phones FXS Ports FXO Ports
QX50 IP PBX 50 16 48 2 2
QX200 IP PBX 202 64 200 2 4
QX2000 IP PBX 2,000 300 2,000

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QX50 IP PBX

The QX50 IP PBX is designed for your small office or self-sufficient branch with as many as 50 IP devices. This solution offers two FXO analog PSTN connections, two FXS analog station ports and supports up to 16 IP phones. The QX50 allows you to make up to 16 simultaneous IP calls. Also, this phone system is equipped with a built-in router with LAN and WAN ports to manage your office's data network.

The QX50's analog phone network connection ports make it possible to connect fax machines or retail point of sale stations; however, your everyday calls are routed through IP phones in order for your company to take advantage of the cost savings and breadth of VoIP features. For small business environments that are looking to migrate from an analog Key System to an IP PBX, the QX50 and its Call Park enhancements can emulate Key System features, yet still allow you to take advantage of PBX functions.

When rack-mounted and paired with an Epygi QX Gateway, power redundancy provides added protection.

 

Key Facts   Interconnection with QX Gateways
Analog phones 2 Gateways Recommended Number (max)
IP Phones 16 QXFXO4 4
Additional IP phones with keys 32 QXISDN4 2
Total extensions 50 QXE1T1 1
Concurrent call 16 QXFXS24 2
FXO PSTN ports 2  
Ethernet LAN ports 1
Ethernet WAN ports 1
Audio In port 1
Audio Out port 1
SD slot 1

 

QX200 IP PBX

Any company with communication needs requires a phone system with the same reliability and clarity of a large enterprise product. No matter the size of your business, you need a solution that will provide a premium level of service every day on every call. Your solution is Epygi's QX200 IP PBX.

The QX200 is equipped with four FXO ports to connect to the PSTN. Also included is SIP trunking, so the QX200 can connect directly to an ITSP at no additional cost. The QX200 starts with support for 24 IP phones, which can either be manually connected or automatically configured.

Auto-recognition and auto-configuration capabilities between the QX200 and certified IP phones simplify installation and operation, giving you the ability to modify automatic assignments through the Graphical User Interface (GUI). Also, integrated into the QX200 is a router, DHCP and firewall with intrusion detection and prevention; therefore, allowing your small business a complete network that can be managed by a single device.

When rack-mounted and paired with an Epygi QX Gateway, power redundancy provides added protection.

 

Key Facts   Interconnection with QX Gateways
Analog phones 2 Gateways Recommended Number (max)
IP Phones 24 QXFXO4 16
Additional IP phones with keys 176 QXISDN4 8
Total extensions 202 QXE1T1 2 (E1 mode), 3 (T1 mode)
Concurrent call 64 QXFXS24 8
FXO PSTN ports 4  
Ethernet LAN ports 1
Ethernet WAN ports 1
Audio In port 1
Audio Out port 1
SD slot 1

 

QX2000 IP PBX

Epygi's QX2000 offers increased capacity for IP phones and licensable features for your growing business. This complete solution supports up to 2,000 users and is capable of handling 300 concurrent calls.

Like other Quadro IP PBXs, the QX2000 comes with a built-in QoS router for Internet access, a firewall, NAT, DHCP client and server, IPSec and VPN. It can be configured remotely via a web browser using a simple Graphical User Interface (GUI). Since this solution is a pure IP telephone system, Epygi Gateways can be easily added for analog or digital ports. This includes FXS, FXO, ISDN BRI, E1 and T1 ports. The QX2000 can connect to the PSTN via the added gateways or directly to an ITSP over the company's Ethernet network accessing the WAN.

Many advanced features for the QX2000 can be enabled with a software license in order to accommodate the needs and growth opportunities for your business.

When rack-mounted and paired with an Epygi QX Gateway, power redundancy provides added protection.

 

Key Facts   Interconnection with QX Gateways
IP Phones 200 QXFXO4 32
Additional IP phones with keys 1,800 QXISDN4 32
Total extensions 2,000 QXE1T1 16
Concurrent call 300 QXFXS24 80
Ethernet LAN ports 1  
Ethernet Backup 1