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January 25, 2010

Voice Mobility Installs UCN 250 at SUNY Potsdam

By Anil Sharma, TMCnet Contributor


Voice Mobility International, Inc., a Vancouver-based developer and provider of carrier and enterprise messaging solutions, has installed a new UCN (News - Alert) 250 at the State University of New York in Potsdam.

 
According to Voice Mobility (News - Alert) officials, SUNY Potsdam has migrated approximately 5000 mailboxes and caller application mailboxes from their OCTel 250 to the company’s UCN 250.
 
“We are very pleased with the UCN 250 implementation here at SUNY Potsdam,” said Brenda Bennett, telecommunications manager at SUNY Potsdam, in a statement.
“The seamless migration from our legacy OCTel 250 platform went better than expected and as a result we did not have any user disruption, a key goal for the SUNY Potsdam staff”, said Bennett.
 
He said that SUNY Potsdam looks forward to rolling out UM and UC functionality in a controlled fashion to the faculty and student populations.
 
“We are very pleased that SUNY Potsdam has selected the UCN 250 to replace their OCTel 250 messaging system,” said John Gavin, regional director of sales, Voice Mobility.
 
Gavin said that the UCN 250 implementation has been very successful and the company looks forward to working with SUNY on additional functionality and potential new locations.
 
“The VMI team looks forward to a long mutually beneficial relationship with SUNY,” he added.
 
Voice Mobility develops and markets the UCN 250 unified messaging platform. It is a highly scalable, robust and partitionable Linux based, voicemail and unified messaging solution built for carrier, mid to large size enterprise, government, health care and campus environments.
 
Recently the company had announced an update to its restructuring plans. The company is well poised to take advantage of the movement in the unified communication and messaging market to deliver services from the cloud or as a SaaS (News - Alert) offering, company officials said. The company will exclusively focus on its core technology, the UCN 250.

Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Erin Harrison


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