Siemens Enterprise Communications Wins Product Differentiation Excellence Award in Mexico
Frost & Sullivan, a global market research agency, announced that it recognized Siemens Enterprise Communications, a provider of enterprise communications that use open standard-based architectures, with the 2011 Mexico Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Differentiation Excellence for its OpenScape UC Server.
The recognition is based on Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the unified communications (UC) and collaboration solutions market.
Customers can deploy and upgrade Siemens Enterprise Communications’ OpenScape UC Server according to business needs. Leveraging OpenScape, clients will have an effective way to deploy a powerful UC and collaboration and face new communications challenges.
“Designed to be fully scalable, the OpenScape UC Server permits users to activate new capabilities only when required by just activating the license key,” said Rodrigo Lima, research analyst at Frost & Sullivan, in a statement. “The software bundles all communications, including voice, video, messaging, mobility, conference and collaboration, on a single interface and offers unparalleled advantages to customers.”
Siemens Enterprise Communications works with 75 percent of the 500 hundred global companies for offering its solutions.
Utilizing OpenScape's architecture, customers can ensure high level of interoperability, allowing it to be easily deployed in almost any IT or telecom ecosystem. OpenScape allows UC networks to be administrated from a centralized location. Its embedded virtualization software package speeds up the software installation and configuration through a data center.
Recently, Siemens Enterprise Communications announced Peoples Natural Gas (PNG) selected the company to upgrade its contact center and unified communications (UC) environment. Siemens will also provide IVR, disaster recovery and business continuity built into the design, and audio, video and Web conferencing.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell