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Broadview Networks Wins Unified Communications 2010 Product of the Year Award


May 24, 2011

Broadview Networks’ High Bandwidth Dedicated Internet Access, a 100 Mbps service that leverages fiber optic connections and Ethernet technology, has received the Unified Communications 2010 Product of the Year Award.

Jeff Blackey, senior vice president of marketing for Broadview Networks, said, “Broadview is pleased to be recognized for this award.”

Unified Communications is part of unified communications, a premier global media publication that covers the IP communications industry.

Companies that brought ground-breaking advancements to unified communication technologies in the past year and have the year’s newest and most innovative communications products are recognized with the annual Unified Communications Product of the Year Awards.

The editors of the publication choose from the most deserving companies that have demonstrated the vision, leadership and quality associated with this highly respected award. The awards are a way for Unified Communications to present its readers with a means of identifying exceptional UC solutions.

“The winners which were selected to be a part of this elite list of the Product of the Year Awards have demonstrated that their products or services have gone the extra mile to help improve unified communications solutions, for both the customer experience and the ROI for the companies that use them,” said Rich Tehrani, chief executive officer of TMC, in a press release.

With connection speeds up to 100 Mbps symmetrical, Broadview’s High Bandwidth DIA offers the kind of responsiveness and flexibility that keeps a business’ operations running smoothly.

In related news, Mitel, a premier provider of unified communications software solutions has awarded Broadview Networks, a New York-based business communications service provider, the Platinum Plus as part of its 2010 sales “PARTNERprogram.”



Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.




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