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International Communications Corporation Launches icXchange Packet Processing Solution


December 06, 2011

International Communications (ICC), a provider of connectivity solutions, announced the launch of communications-optimized packet processing to network infrastructure solutions.

These network solutions are expected to integrate hardware and software to create a solution that directs the movement of traffic to optimize the delivery of voice, video and data content.

ICC’s icXchange connectivity solution includes WLAN mobility, Ethernet switches, unified communication, business gateways, and technology partnerships for video assurance technology.

The icXchange solution features embedded management capability called SystemWatch and OmniVoice that control the management of the system as well as processing types of traffic such as voice or video.

“Our focus is to transform connectivity networks into intelligent environments that more aggressively direct communication traffic and create efficiency and sustainability in SMB and small enterprise networks up to 500 users,” said Keith Alexis, chief executive officer at ICC, in a statement.

“The continued growth in the use of the Internet, mobile apps, video delivery, and online business services made us realize that our products couldn’t just be about connectivity – there was a distinct need to focus on communication enablement,” Alexis added.

In 2012, ICC will enhance its offerings to its channel partners with a cloud-based remote infrastructure management platform. This is expected to efficiently manage many small businesses in a single NOC-like environment. This will also allow for greater scalability, lower ROI and will provide justification of the greater value delivered by advanced network solutions, company officials said.

The new solution is positioned to offer enterprise-class network infrastructure solutions to the underserved mid-market. ICC will offer new features to SMBs in an integrated and easy-to-use manner complimented by costs points.

By offering partners and clients with an advanced, optimized infrastructure over which cutting-edge, cost-effective applications such as video conferencing, VoIP over WLAN, and Video over WLAN can be deployed to reduce operating expenses and increase productivity, ICC will enable greater connectivity and enhance communication.


Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Carrie Schmelkin




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