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Tadiran Tightens Hold on UC&C with Vidyo Announcement

April 16, 2015

The golden ticket in enterprise communications solutions is one that fosters exceptional collaboration in an omni-channel environment, while ensuring fault tolerance, scalability and security for its users. Recently, the community praised Aeonix for its award-winning ways.  The only way to stay on top is to continue improving—especially in the highly competitive unified communications space. Today, Tadiran took a step to fortify its ‘king of the hill’ offering by signing a global distribution agreement with Vidyo, the virtualized video specialists.

"We are excited to work with Vidyo and offer their best-of-breed solutions to our customers," proclaimed Eldad Barak, President & CEO of Tadiran Telecom. "The combination of the state of the art Aeonix platform with Vidyo's proven cutting edge video conferencing technologies will provide customers with all the benefits of video conferencing directly from their desktop, mobile device or traditional room system."

The scalability of Aeonix is matched by the flexibility of Vidyo’s virtual portfolio. The VidyoWorks platform and APIs provide personalized deployment to meet a firm’s video needs. By coupling the Aeonix Platform with Vidyo, Tadiran can now integrate HD video into its already formidable Unified Communications & Collaboration (UC&C) solution without the need for additional deployment models or bulky, expensive hardware.

Recent research from the IDC illustrated that while video conferencing equipment providers are experiencing profit, it is decreasing and the market is ‘virtualizing.’

 "The results are reflective of the ongoing market transition from a primarily hardware-based technology to one impacted by the growing interest in software-based solutions," noted Rich Costello, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Communications Infrastructure at IDC.

Though Aeonix offers both on-premises and cloud-based deployment, with Vidyo’s expansive and exceptional virtual video portfolio, today’s announcement echoes the trend. And as more businesses experience the benefits this type of comprehensive deployment provides, adoption will only grow.

Recent research illustrates that over 75 percent of IT professionals believe video conferencing has had a significant impact on their business and employees. Of those surveyed, nearly half stated interoperability as a major issue, and slightly more than half of respondents had trouble using their company’s solutions and 55 percent reported the use of solutions found outside of the company to meet video communication needs.

The burgeoning partnership between Tadiran and Vidyo addresses market needs for a user-friendly, fault tolerant, secure and high-functioning solution. While I keep envisioning Charlie running home after discovering his golden ticket, I would say today’s announcement is more a tune to selecting a destination for the ‘Great Glass Wonkavator’. Up, out and through the roof we go!

Edited by Stefania Viscusi

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