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CommuniGate Pro Delivers E-Mail and IM Solutions to Italian Antarctic Program

December 12, 2011

CommuniGate Systems, specializing in massively scalable unified communications technology announced that CommuniGate Pro will be delivering reliable and secure hosted Exchange e-mail and instant messaging communication solutions for the Italian Antarctic Program under the logistic responsibility of ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development).

CommuniGate Systems develops carrier-grade unified communications software for enterprises, fixed-line, cable and mobile operators. Service providers and operators are able to deliver value-added secure voice and multimedia communications services over their IP-based networks. The Company’s software solutions are CommuniGate Pro, and the applications Pronto! and UC Centrex.

Piero Angelo Cavoli of the Antarctic Technical Unit of ENEA said in a release, “Our confidence in the potential of CommuniGate Pro led us to choose it in such an extreme situation as the mission in Antarctica. Where reliability and secure communications is of utmost importance, it simply could not be questioned.”

According to company sources ,CommuniGate Pro will be used by ENEA to reduce their total cost of ownership (TCO) and operational overheads besides also to increase performance, reliability and security.

CommuniGate Systems’ Italian distributor, Answer VAD will be executing the project along with ENEA in Antarctica. Answer is the exclusive distributor for CommuniGate Pro for Italy, San Marino and Vatican City and Competence Centre for the EMEA region.

CommuniGate Pro offers a single-vendor Unified Communications solution. It is a single-vendor solution and using it operators, service providers and enterprises benefit a lot as they are able to reduce costs and from its scalability.

ENEA’s activities are research based. It leverages innovation technology and advanced services in the fields of energy especially nuclear. ENEA also provides agency services in support to public administrations, public and private enterprises, and citizens, said officials in a release.

Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf

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