IntelePeer Supports Unified Communications for BriComp Computers
BriComp Computers is an independent IT consultant that designs and builds infrastructure for Microsoft products.
IntelePeer offers a comprehensive suite of on-demand communications and SIP trunking services. The company has backed these services by deep communications expertise and a proven Quick Start program, which ensures partners’ Microsoft Lync 2010 SIP trunk deployments are successful.
IntelePeer boasts a Cloud-based infrastructure, Voice Peering Network and SuperRegistry of over 422 million directly peered telephone numbers. The company simplifies communications with these capabilities and delivers carrier-quality service over public or private Internet Protocol (IP) connections directly to Microsoft Lync.
Thanks to its patented platform, IntelePeer provides real-time service availability, and this means customers no longer have to change their data service provider or existing communications equipment.
Ultimately, this eliminates the lengthy delays associated with typical service deployments.
BriComp Computers has been using IntelePeer SIP trunking with the beta and now the current release candidate of Lync 2010. This testing is being done as part of the Microsoft Technology Adoption Program (TAP) to beta test early releases.
Brian Ricks, founder of BriComp Computers, also writes a blog on 'How-To' instructions for configuring Microsoft Lync 2010 for Microsoft’s TechNet online resource center. "When I evaluated IntelePeer’s SIP trunking solution, I was impressed by the speed of deployment, flexibility and connection quality. It’s simply amazing that IntelePeer’s SIP trunks work flawlessly right out-of-the-box with the beta and now the current release candidate of Microsoft Lync 2010."
Read a related article on unified communications “GeniSys Global Partners with IntelePeer.”
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard