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Unified Communications Week in Review: XMedius, Fusion, ConvergeOne & More

October 06, 2018

The cloud era is upon us, and the dawn of a new day has arrived. Technology is in the midst of a major transformation as a result of cloud computing, and one area most notably grabbing attention is the unified communications space. So, with the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look back at the week that was in unified communications news: Time for the Week in Review!

XMedius took the wraps off a new version of its unified communications platform. It released the news at Microsoft Ignite. CX-E has new interoperability features. XMedius has announced new telephony qualifications for Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, and Cisco. All the details are HERE.

Today a major provider of over-the-counter pharmaceutical and healthcare products announced the selection of Fusion’s UCaaS, SD-WAN and security solutions. With the deployment in place, Fusion facilitates efficient and pocket-friendly cloud-driven results. Complete coverage is HERE.

Magna5 is empowering partners with the Magna5 Partner App, accelerating and improving the sales process for cloud, UC and managed IT service provider partners. The sales enablement app will be on display this week at Channel Connect. Everything you need to know is HERE.

Global IT and collaboration services provider, ConvergeOne announced the acquisition of of San-Jose-based solutions integrator Advantel Networks. The addition instantly augments ConvergeOne’s national footprint.  "With this acquisition, ConvergeOne gains the strategic resources to elevate our role as a leading provider of multivendor collaboration technologies, support and services," said John A. McKenna Jr., Chairman and CEO, ConvergeOne. "Advantel's highly skilled employees and committed customer base on the West Coast expands our presence from San Diego to Vancouver, a key area of opportunity for us going forward." Full insight and analysis is HERE.

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