ADTRAN Receives Award for Versatile UC Solutions
TMC’s INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine has recognized ADTRAN Inc.’s NetVanta Unified Communications (UC) Solutions Suite, naming it the Unified Communications Product of the Year for 2011.
ADTRAN’s solution suite offers unique features and benefits including detailed personalization, interoperability with legacy equipment and the skill to be implemented in virtual environments. Users can therefore offer UC functionality in a public or private cloud with enhanced competence, ensuring the creation of business opportunities and escalating recurring revenue streams through a wider array of business and implementation scenarios.
“The editors from INTERNET TELEPHONY are pleased to grant a Unified Communications Product of the Year Award to ADTRAN for its NetVanta UC Solutions Suite,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO of TMC. “ADTRAN has proven they are committed to quality and excellence while addressing real needs in the marketplace. We look forward to seeing continued advancement in technology solutions from ADTRAN in the future.”
Solutions, built with a specific purpose to incorporate business communications processes for extraordinary ease and value, are provided by the NetVanta UC suite, offering an easy evolution from basic telephony to feature-rich UC. Service providers and resellers can now offer cloud-based, hosted UC offerings to their customers using the virtualization feature of NetVanta UC.
Individuals, workgroups and departments can also correspond and exchange information internally and with the consumers, rapidly in a simplified manner irrespective of location with the solution.
“Today, businesses are looking for ways to increase productivity and leverage a wide range of integrated communications solutions to drive top-line revenue while optimizing automation efficiencies for lower operational costs,” said Jeff Wissing, NetVanta UC Senior Product Manager, Enterprise Networks Division at ADTRAN. “By virtualizing NetVanta UC’s capabilities, ADTRAN further enables a more efficient use of existing resources, improves the end-user’s productivity and profitability and allows customers to more easily adapt to an ever-changing business landscape.”
INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine’s March 2012 issue will feature all the winners of the 2011 Unified Communications Product of the Year Awards.
Edited by Braden Becker