Did they though? The new requirements say YOUR PBX must do these things on its own out of the box. Not install a third party module, not have a specific SIP Trunk provider that is providing you these services.
So unless this module can work with ANY TECH, PRI, T1, SIP, etc. and can allow you to use ANY provider be it a SIP based or traditional telecom then no it is not address the E911 concerns of the new laws.
Right now Clearly IP is not a MLTS vendor so if you were to order their appliance and ask to have FreePBX installed on it, then FreePBX must have this already baked in. You must be able to comply to the laws and configure the PBX accordingly without any additional modules being installed to make it happen.
This isn’t about being first to market with a new solution. That only applies to their SIP Trunking side. Sangoma is a MLTS vendor, at this time Clearly IP is not. Sangoma must comply or they cannot be allowed to have their PBX installed after Feb 16th. That means things like PBXact can’t be sold.
Again the only “first to market” aspect here is on the SIP Trunking side as YOU the user will need to either have a DID+Location per phone or have a provider that supports Dynamic addresses so you don’t need a DID per phone.
Every PBX/MLTS vendor has to do this.