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IP Phone Warehouse Expands Service Offerings by Joining Cisco TelePresence Video Express ATP Program

February 15, 2013

IP Phone (News - Alert) Warehouse recently announced that in a move to expand its service offerings, it has joined the Cisco TelePresence Video Express Authorized Technology Provider (ATP (News - Alert)) Program. As a Cisco ATP program partner, IP Phone Warehouse will now be able to provide its customers with greater array of video conferencing solutions, which also includes the restricted TelePresence line of video products from Cisco (News - Alert).

IP Phone Warehouse is a premier VoIP specialty reseller focusing on providing the highest quality VoIP products at the lowest prices.

In a statement, Tyler Hrdlicka, IP Phone Warehouse's Director of Business Development, said that, "After tremendous success selling Cisco's QuickSet line of products we found there was a gap in our Cisco TelePresence Product offering, which lead us to get authorized to sell a larger array of Cisco TelePresence products."

IP Phone Warehouse will now provide Cisco Profile Series TelePresence systems which have been designed to provide an enhanced user experience. The Profile systems can deliver up to 1080p video and MultiSite connectivity, and are completely integrated. These also include the codec, LCD display, HD camera, a Cisco Digital Audio Module, Cisco microphone, integrated speakers, and integrated cabling.

The company will also offer Cisco Edge MXP systems in addition to the Edge 75, which comes with an Edge MXP Codec, in addition to the Natural Presenter Package, and Edge 95 MXP, which comes with MultiSite along with the other regular features of the Edge 75.

IP Phone Warehouse will also provide customers the Cisco Integrator C Series, which includes the Cisco C40, C60 and C90 video codecs. Cisco’s C series systems codecs have been designed to be rack mountable and can provide 1080p60 video resolution.

Additional products such as the VX Clinical Assistant, designed for healthcare environments that require TelePresence, will also be provided by IP Phone Warehouse. The Cisco TelePresence VX Tactical is another product being offered to users, made to deliver video communication in the field.  

Edited by Braden Becker

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