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December 09, 2009

Sunturn Brings Enterprise Communications Expertise to Central Texas

By Jai C.S., TMCnet Contributor


Sunturn, a provider of voice, video and unified communications solutions for large organizations, has expanded its enterprise communications expertise to the Central Texas region through the launch of its new regional office in Austin, Texas.

 
"We spent a significant amount of time in 2008 evaluating the best markets in the country as candidates for expansion," said Kyle Wewe, general manager for Sunturn's new Austin office.
 
"Central Texas, due to the region's resilient economy and the high density of innovative public and private organizations, was the clear choice," Wewe said.
 
Founded in 2000,Sunturn has emerged as one of a well known enterprise communications service provider for large companies and public institutions across the nation. The company has been signing alliances with many of the world's leading communications and application development organizations, including Nortel, Tandberg, Extreme and Juniper Networks (News - Alert).
 
Sunturn is also recognized as a top national business partner of Avaya, a global enabler of enterprise communications systems. Through their strategic alliance with Avaya (News - Alert), the company is able to provide a wide range of communications equipment, consulting, professional service and technical support to end users.
 
"Today, many organizations understand that new communications solutions, including VoIP and improved voice and video technologies, can help them save money," said Wewe.
 
"However, these same organizations demand an expert partner that is proven in its field and able to deliver a bulletproof communications infrastructure. That's what we strive to deliver in every engagement we undertake."
 
 

Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi


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