Tadiran Telecom's Aeonix Approved by GSA
Tadiran Telecom, a company that supplies IP business telephony and Unified Communications & Collaboration (UC&C) solutions, recently announced that its flagship product Aeonix is now formally approved by the GSA (the US Government's General Services Administration). The certification, which is granted for five years under Federal Supply Schedule 70 General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software and Services, allows Tadiran to sell its products to any Government organization that utilizes this contract.
Aeonix is a software-based Unified Communications & Collaboration solution (UC&C) that consolidates disparate business applications into a single platform. It is delivered on a fault tolerant and open architecture, with intuitive management tools. Aeonix can be deployed in a private cloud environment or as an on premise solution.
The open-ended architecture of the solution allows customers flexibility to buy and install only what they currently need, and to add users, remote locations and additional applications as they become necessary. The standard system solution has the ability to provide service from 10 to 25,000 users. Moreover, it includes unified management of all system services and applications. An intuitive GUI and a simple licensing mechanism make it easy to install, manage and maintain.
Recently, Aeonix solution received Oracle - Acme Packet's Technical Certification, meeting the highest standards for session border control security and authentication. Aeonix R2 that was released to the market earlier this year is Tadiran's flagship UC&C solution designed for distributed environment supporting 25,000 users with enhanced high availability capabilities and built in Contact Center and Dispatch Console applications.
Michael Davis, SVP Sales & GM Americas, Tadiran Telecom, commented, "This is a huge step forward for us. Tadiran Telecom has always been committed to delivering its most cutting-edge solutions and GSA approval means that we can continue to do this for legacy Government customers in the US."
Tadiran Telecom is a contributor this week at ITEXPO, taking place in Miami, Florida.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker