World VoIP NewsComdasys signs partnership agreement with ESTOS for mobile VoIP applications
Comdasys signs partnership agreement with ESTOS for mobile VoIP applications
German company Comdasys, being renown provider of mobile Unified Communications applications has announced the commence of partnership with ESTOS, a prominent and independent software manufacturer of Unified Communications, to deliver VoIP and data transmitting telecommunications-enabled business operations to mobile consumers.
The incorporation of the technologies of Comdasys and ESTOS will empower whole clientele of ProCall Enterprise to utilize the ESTOS UC solution on mobile handsets. It is specifically convenient to the Small Sizes Business (SMBs)customers where the integration of business operations and procedures brings up significant economic and competitive advantages for any companies, company officials boasted. “Customers of our mobile solution will be capable to enjoy ESTOS ProCall Enterprise Server as a completely featured UC server that consolidates both user as well as line appearance,” explained Martin Bitzinger, CTO of Comdasys, in a press release.“By using ESTOS ProCall in collaboration with the Comdasys Mobile Client, small businesses will be able to enjoy real Unified Communications with a level of integration and federation normally adhered to much higher-end market entities,” Bitzinger continued. The converged solution can be implemented with a numerous amount of PBXs including major models from Aastra, Avaya, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Mitel, NEC, Seltatel and Siemens. Additionally it can also be launched with other IP-PBX and open sourced installations in synergy with snom and Samsung SIP phones. “With our cooperation Comdasys enterprise customers will enjoy completely leveraged ProCall Enterprise Unified Communications features for absolutely mobile devices and processing all business deals also when travelling,” said Florian Bock, managing director of ESTOS. “Our user committed UC application allows ProCall Enterprise customers to smoothly launch their smart phones, or tablets with our ProCall set of products thus designating it as the tool of choice for integrating business operations” In other SIP telephony related news, even though the holidays are about to come to an end, SIP End Points leader Panasonic remains focused to spreading the holiday excitement directly into next year. According to the company officials, in January, Panasonic will be unveiling its KX-UT670, the company’s first SIP open source operating desk phone. “The goal for us in launching this phone is of dual nature: it’s about designing a new hardware that is going to enable a business user to be more productive and have better use of their time, but it’s also vertical focused in trying to integrate specific verticals, whether it’s security or education, to have a full integrated Panasonic solution,” Kim Murtagh, product manager of SIP End points at Panasonic, explained. “We are really working hard to move ahead as a company and show the benefits of using all the portfolio of different Panasonic products as an overall solution.”
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