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January 23, 2009

VoiceInterop, Twisted Pair Solutions Address UC Demand

By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributing Editor


VoiceInterop, a provider of unified communications solutions for both enterprise and managed environments, has adopted Twisted Pair Solutions' WAVE (News - Alert) software as a core component of its AudioMate360 family of IP gateway devices.

 
The companies have come together to address the burgeoning demand for cost-effective, flexible, easy-to-deploy interoperable communications solutions from transportation, utility, government and other organizations.
 
What makes the combination of VoiceInterop’s (News - Alert) affordable, end-to-end family of gateways, and WAVE software unique is that it leverages standard IP networks as the unifying medium to seamlessly connect disparate and incompatible communications systems, regardless of device, network or application.
 
The companies’ combined solution allows businesses to leverage existing communications infrastructure and therefore cut down the deployment costs and maximize ROI.
 
According to Larry Reid, CEO of VoiceInterop, unified communications have stumbled because of the lack of affordable interoperability of diverse communications devices and networks, which have mostly been built on proprietary hardware solutions.
 
VoiceInterop is working with Twisted Pair to break down these adoption barriers by delivering an affordable solution that doesn't sacrifice the rich functionality their customers have required.
 
The technology advancements and the arrival of communications and networking standards have encouraged businesses to deploy UC across their enterprises.
 
To find out  more on  how UC is helping enterprises check out, "Managed Unified Communications (News - Alert) Empowering Dynamic Enterprises ," by TMCnet Special Guest, C. Diquelou, M. Wang, IP Communications and SDE Product Group, Alcatel-Lucent.
 

Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi

 
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