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D-LINK and NGT partner to drive VOIP service adoption for small businesses


Services and Equipment Deliver Affordable, Easy-to-Use Solution for Merging Traditional and VoIP Phone Lines
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif.— D-Link, the end-to-end computer network solutions provider for consumers and businesses and developer of the VoiceCenter™ phone system, and New Global Telecom (NGT), the nation’s leading provider of wholesale hosted and trunk-based VoIP solutions, today announced an agreement to co-market phones and services for small business users using Microsoft® Response Point™.

The pairing of NGT Digital Voice phone services that connect directly to the D-Link® VoiceCenter phone system will provide the small business with an affordable solution to seamlessly merge traditional phone systems with feature-rich, affordable VoIP services without needing telephony expertise. By creating an all-in-one phone solution small businesses can realize an increased value proposition, saving up to 50% in costs.

“Both D-Link and NGT are strong partners for Response Point,” said Richard Sprague, senior director of marketing at Microsoft Response Point. “This agreement will make it even easier for our customers to get high quality products that can improve their productivity as well as their bottom line”.

“NGT and D-Link have a common goal - to make it easy to deliver phones and value-added services to the underserved small business market,” stated John Guillaume, senior vice president of product and marketing at NGT. “NGT and D-Link deliver a compelling solution - when paired together, the return on investment for small businesses may be less than 18 months. Plus, end users and partners can be assured that the solution works seamlessly together.”

“This relationship with NGT will allow small businesses to easily transition their traditional analog phone systems to adopt robust VoIP technology, allowing them to take advantage of the latest telephony offerings we have available to meet the changing needs of their business,” said Keith A. Karlsen, executive vice president, D-Link Systems, Inc., “This represents our aggressive efforts to introduce more value added resellers selling to small businesses the benefits and cost-effectiveness of VoiceCenter.”

D-Link VoiceCenter small business phone system is feature-rich, cost-effective, easy to use and manage, and is ideally suited for small businesses requiring up to 50 phones and phone lines. VoiceCenter systems are sold through D-Link’s network of authorized value added resellers, solution providers, and distributors.

NGT Digital Voice Services offer small businesses nationwide services that work with existing broadband access and which include all the basic features businesses require such as local number porting, directory listing, caller ID/CNAM, FCC-compliant 911 along with toll free services, desktop fax capabilities, disaster recovery and on-demand audio-web conferencing. NGT Digital Voice services are available through NGT’s Partner Program, which enables agents throughout the country to access monthly recurring revenue streams. The agent-friendly program has no contractual commitments, no fees, and no exclusivity requirements.

NGT will present a special webinar for the Microsoft partner community to learn about telephony, VoIP and Microsoft Response Point on Tuesday, December 9th. In addition, NGT and D-Link will co-present a follow-up webinar on Tuesday, December 16th about the business benefits of VoIP. To pre-register for either event, please visit


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