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[February 13, 2013]

Tadiran Telecom's Aeonix Receives VMware Certification

Feb 13, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Tadiran Telecom, a leader in unifiedcommunications, announced today that Aeonix, its pure software based Unified Communications & Collaboration solution, achieved VMware Certification. The certification allows customers to deploy Aeonix in a virtual environment on premise or on a private cloud, minimizing IT overhead and footprint, while enjoying the full range of UC&C functionality.


The VMware Certification followed successful implementations of the new Aeonix UC&C solution and an in-depth evaluation process by VMware, This certification demonstrates Tadiran Telecom's commitment to meet current and future challenges of distributed organizations.

Tadiran Telecom's President and CEO Eldad Barak said: "Many customers need a high degree of control over their datacenter or have strict security requirements. We have made deploying Aeonix simple, reliable and scalable. This is just one more example of Aeonix's unique approach to reducing the customer's total cost of ownership (TCO)." Integrated with VMware's hosted technology, Aeonix will enable customers to enhance datacenters without compromising control or governance and obtain maximum agility for growth and integration of new innovative solutions.

About Aeonix Aeonix is a pure software based Unified Communications & Collaboration solution (UC&C) that consolidates disparate business applications into a single powerful platform. It is delivered on a fault tolerant and open architecture, with intuitive management tools. Aeonix can be deployed in a private cloud environment or as an on premise solution.

About Tadiran Telecom Tadiran Telecom (TTL) L.P. is a privately held partnership, recently acquired by Afcon Holdings Ltd., which is part of the Shlomo Group - a conglomerate engaged in a wide variety of industrial and service businesses. Tadiran Telecom (TTL) L.P. is an established global leader, innovator and supplier of IP business telephony and telecommunications solutions, which has served businesses of all sizes, including tier-1 organizations in various market segments in 41 countries worldwide. Tadiran Telecom's solutions feature a comprehensive family of products including Unified Communication platforms, IP PBXs, soft switches, contact centers, IP phones, as well as mobility and desktop solutions.

Website: www.tadirantele.com Company Contact: Tadiran Telecom Eran Sagi, Corporate VP Marketing Eran.Sagi@tadirantele.com +972-3-9262000 www.tadirantele.com ((M2 Communications disclaims all liability for information provided within M2 PressWIRE. Data supplied by named party/parties. Further information on M2 PressWIRE can be obtained at http://www.presswire.net on the world wide web. Inquiries to info@m2.com.

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