World VoIP NewsCatalyst Telecom improves its portfolio of VoIP and IP video products Catalyst Telecom improves its portfolio of VoIP and IP video products

Catalyst Telecom improves its portfolio of VoIP and IP video products


Catalyst Telecom improves its portfolio of VoIP and IP video products
Company Catalyst Telecom, prominent distribution detachment of ScanSource Inc., and channel partner of VoIP, IP video and data processing applications, has announced the intensifying of its partnership with Avaya by deploying Radvision's Scopia portfolio of video appliances into its offering package, as well as forwarding innovative services for its customer base in dynamic support of these products.
Radvision is the integral Avaya subsidiary, being a famous vendor of video signaling and telepresence tools as all-in-IP approach, as well as wireless networking and delivers end-to-end visual connectivity that make businesses entities cooperate with the utmost efficiency. Catalyst Telecom looks forward to promote Avaya's Scopia XT Telepresence, Desktop and Mobile video conferencing applications. Company historically has demonstrated the commitment of developing a well-balanced video environment with considerable investments in infrastructure and tools, in addition to the HD video products embedded into the dynamic line card. Catalyst ensures all partners with sophisticated services in augmentation to a video portfolio, designed for sectors of coaching, advising and design support. In synergy with ScanSource Services Group, the enterprise’s distribution unit put a massive effort on the development and practical deployment of value-added support packages and secondary ones for channel partners, additionally Catalyst looks forward to provide redundant implementation and installation features of Video Network Assessment Services, when experts on convergence approach evaluate and report on the factual networking performance. Also company implements specific firmware and software installments and configuring, such as specific options for smooth Scopia system deployments and their tailored collaboration into telephone systems. Product also is associated with the monitor/endpoint configuring, backed by group of technicians, who advice on monitors and microphone installing. Company ensures also telephony PBX incorporation, where the Scopia platform can be conjoined with the existing PBXs or brand new major telecommunication systems. Catalyst Telecom also enables resellers to distribute an array of complementary solutions to finalize a video backup, for instance Avteq and Chief carts and devices, Revolabs microphones and Sony interfaces. "Having the effective Avaya's Scopia engines, our distributors and partners now have a basic universal selling features along with Avaya, such as unified communications concept, networking, as well as video products," explained Mike Ferney, VP of sales at Catalyst Telecom. "We are quite confident, that dynamic experience and services we deliver in support of these products will make our reseller partners to be active in expanding their whole telecoms business and improving or deploying their best video experience." "Catalyst Telecom has continuously ensured top-level services within the Avaya environment, and we are delighted to see the Scopia video lineup being managed with that same level of dynamic and sufficient expertise," explained Karl Soderlund, VP of Channel Sales at Avaya. "Avaya is quite confident about the bright future of video IP packages and our effective partnership with Catalyst."


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