Unified Communications Week In Review: Singlewire, Sennheiser, and More
The end of the week means that it is time to catch up with all that is fun, new, and exciting in the world of Unified Communications. It was quite a busy week that started out with Singleware Software’s emergency notification solution, Informacast, getting an update. Part of this update includes: FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) 140-2 validated cryptography modules and an emergency notification paging wizard in the Cisco Unified Communication Manager, allowing users to configure two of InformaCast’s most popular features in a handful of minutes. To read the full article, click here
Next up, Fusion (FSNN) acquired Birch Communications’ Cloud and Business Services. Combined, more than 150,000 customers throughout the US and Canada would be served. The goal of this merger was to create North America’s largest cloud services providers on a 100 percent Internet-protocol based network. This will include 30 data centers as well as 31,000 fiber route miles of network. For more, click here.
Following the acquisition, India’s Ecosmob Technologies Private Ltd. has been big in the VoIP circle and they are confident in what they bring to the table. “Be it conferences, webinars, live board meetings, or online training sessions, the communication solutions developed by using VoIP platforms can handle everything seamlessly,” Ecosmob stated. The company works specifically with health care, the government, real estate, as well as hospitality so it is just the beginning for what they can do. To read the full article, click here.
Sennheiser is offering a New Deal program as an incentive to entice customers to jump on board, despite a contract. They are part of the penultimate in audio so they want to optimize their business in whatever way possible. The equipment also works with Unified Communications from Avaya and the company had this to say: “Our Deal Registration program offers notable savings with percentages beyond what’s been offered by some of our competitors. We’re looking to give dealers in the channel an additional incentive to deliver the highest quality audio to their end customers, which will create a more productive and efficient workplace for those business organizations.” Read the full article here.
Finally, Comverg NowConfer 3.0 has released an audio and videoconferencing system perfect for the worker on the go who needs to log in at the drop of a hat. It is quick, easy, efficient, and has been downloaded over 40,000 times in 59 countries. To read the full article, click here.
There you have it; the week in review for Unified Communications. We cannot wait for you to come back next week for all the new and exciting news.
Edited by Erik Linask