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TMCNet:  Tadiran Telecom Releases Aeonix Unified Communications and Collaboration Platform

[January 11, 2013]

Tadiran Telecom Releases Aeonix Unified Communications and Collaboration Platform

Jan 11, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Tadiran Telecom announced the general availability of Aeonix, a Unified Communications and Collaboration solution.

According to a release, Tadiran is encouraging its Coral System customers to migrate to Aeonix by offering them a special offer of 70 percent of user licenses with no charge.

"While current Unified Communication solutions are generally based on legacy platforms and "patches" of acquired technologies, Aeonix presents a unique approach to lower total cost of ownership," said Eldad Barak, President and CEO of Tadiran Telecom. "Aeonix's private cloud deployment empowers distributed environments with all the flexibility and scalability of pure software architecture and open standards." Tadiran Telecom is a provider of IP business telephony and telecommunications solutions.

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