VoIP Blogger Garrett Smith reviews 3CX IP PBX
Well-known VoIP blogger Garrett Smith reviewed 3CX Phone System for Windows and wrote a very positive post on his blog. He concluded that: "Honestly, it was tough to find much wrong with the software. It is easy and simple to set-up and maintain, it has a pretty robust feature set, supports a wide variety of hardware and is very affordable...". Read the full review here.
- Smith on VoIP, April 2008
IT Reviews: 3CX Phone System for Windows
IT Reviews, the UK website for independent reviews of hardware and software, reviewed 3CX Phone System for Windows and declared that it is "a surprisingly easy to manage alternative to hardware-based IP telephony products..." and that "...the end result is a fully featured in-house PBX, offering support for as many SIP-enabled handsets as you like plus voicemail, PSTN connectivity, automated call handling and a whole lot more". Read the full review here.
- IT Reviews, April 2008
PC World Review: 3CX Phone System Free Edition IP Telephony
A very positive review of our Free edition was published by Personal Computer World. The editor invites readers to "build your own small-business PBX with this easy-to-deploy Windows software". Read the full review here.
Personal Computer World, March 2008
3CX Solves SIP/NAT Woes for SMBs
Following the launch of 3CX Phone System for Windows version 5.1, Adam Stone from voipplanet.com interviewed Nick Galea, CEO 3CX, on the many benefits of the IP PBX and the new 3CX tunneling functionality. Read the full story here.
- Voipplanet, February 2008
3CX Phone System Review in ZDNet
Alan Stevens from ZDNet reviewed 3CX Phone System for Windows and found it to be a very good product: 'Very easy to configure and manage, the 3CX Phone System for Windows scores well on functionality and is compatible with most SIP handsets, gateways and services.' Read the full product review.
- ZDNet UK, February 2008
"Our IP PBX is only 30% of the cost of a Cisco phone system"
Following an interview with 3CX's CEO Nick Galea, Computerwoche's editor Jurgen Hill writes about 3CX Phone System for Window's market position, the advantages of an IP PBX against a traditional PBX, and the Free edition of 3CX VoIP PBX. Read the full article in German
- Computerwoche, November 2007
SIP is Driving the IP Telephony revolution
Rich Tehrani, President and Editor-in-Chief of TMC interviews Nick Galea, CEO 3CX about the evolution of the IP communications space and the direction of 3CX. Read the full interview
- TMCnet, August 2007
3CX Phone System Free edition wins Gold Award
Ricky Magalhaes in his review for WindowsNetworking, awarded 3CX Phone System Free edition the Gold award with 4.6 points out of a possible 5. "I found the PBX to be stable and easy to use and in a few minutes I was able to set up a replica to our more costly hardware (proprietary alternative) that we use in our office. I could not believe this system was free." The reviewer goes on to state, "If you are looking at moving to VOIP consider this product as a great introduction to the VOIP/SIP space." Read the full review
WindowsNetworking, May 2007
A great, free VoIP system
In an article for Network World, Gearhead columnist Mark Gibbs, reviews 3CX Phone System Free Edition, describing it as a "great, free VoIP system". "The 3CX Phone System is excellent. It is a lot simpler to set up and manage than, say, Asterisk, and is a useful test bed and learning tool as well as a great small-business solution," comments the reviewer. Read the full review
- NetworkWorld, April 2007
3CX challenges Asterisk with its very own Windows-based solution
Beniamino Profeta, author of "Libera il VoIP" blog reviewed 3CX Phone System and remarks that, releasing a new PBX based on Windows, in a world previously dominated by Linux-based solutions, is no easy task. However, in his opinion, 3CX rose to the challenge and the result is an easy-to-use, well-developed, complete application, which is a breath of fresh air compared with the Asterisk applications the industry is familiar with. Read the full review in Italian
- Libera il VoIP, April 2007