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TMCNet:  BRIEF: AudioCodes widens Microsoft collaboration

[January 15, 2013]

BRIEF: AudioCodes widens Microsoft collaboration

Jan 15, 2013 (Globes - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- AudioCodes Ltd. (Nasdaq: AUDC; TASE: AUDC) today announced the launch of a unified communications solution for Microsoft Corporation's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Lync environment, four months after announcing progress in integrating AudioCodes products for Lync. The unified communications market for VoIP, instant messaging, etc. is estimated at over $10 billion, and Microsoft is growing rapidly in it.

AudioCodes' new solution integrates IP telephony, inter-network connectivity components, and services.

"We're seeing strong growth in sales for all the products and services we offer for the Lync environment," said AudioCodes president and CEO Shabtai Adelsberg.

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