Tadiran Telecom and SURF Make Video Conferencing Available for Businesses of all Sizes
Tadiran Telecom is Enhancing the scope of its Aeonix Unified Communications & Collaboration (UC&C) platform with Advanced Video Conferencing Capabilities
PETACH TIKVA, Israel, December 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Tadiran Telecom, a leader in communications solutions, announces an OEM partnership with Surf Communications (SURF), a global leader in multimedia processing and applications.
The partnership will allow Tadiran Telecom to integrate SURF's video conferencing technology into its recently launched Aeonix, Unified Communications and Collaboration Solution.
Tadiran Telecom's Aeonix UC&C solution consolidates disparate business applications into a single communications platform. The Aeonix UC&C solution delivers unmatched versatility, simplicity, and adaptability to customers ranging from very few users and up to 25K users.
The adoption of Surf's technology enhances the scope of Tadiran's Aeonix UC&C platform with Advanced Video conferencing capabilities including multi video conferencing of up to 30 users each, as well as managed audio conferencing of up to 500 users. The integration of Surf's product provides enterprises and their employees with a new HD technology for video conferencing. A video phone that will be registered into the Aeonix platform will provide each individual user with all the benefits of video conferencing directly from their desk. This solution saves the user time, money and increases efficiency through a significant decrease in travel cost and unnecessary overhead.
"SURF's conferencing solution seamlessly integrates into the Aeonix UC&C platform, providing customers with proven high-definition video conferencing abilities along with audio communications, unified messaging and a variety of business applications managed centrally. We are pleased with our choice and we are highly impressed with the reliability and quality of SURF's technology", said Eldad Barak, President and CEO of Tadiran Telecom.
Mr. Udi Shani, SURF's President and CEO explained: "We are very pleased with Tadiran's selection of SURF's video conferencing technology. We see a vast potential for video conferencing services in all kinds of enterprises, and this project is a great opportunity to demonstrate SURF's video conferencing ability and to expose it to large organizations.
About Tadiran Telecom
Tadiran Telecom (TTL) L.P. is a privately held partnership, recently acquired by Afcon Holdings Ltd., which is part of the Shlomo Group - a conglomerate engaged in a wide variety of industrial and service businesses. Tadiran Telecom is an established global leader, innovator and supplier of IP business telephony, telecommunications solutions and unified communications and collaboration solutions, which has served businesses of all sizes, including tier-1 organizations in various market segments in 41 countries worldwide. Tadiran Telecom's solutions feature a comprehensive family of products including Unified Communication platforms, IP PBXs, soft switches, contact centers, IP phones, as well as mobility and desktop solutions. http://www.tadirantele.com
About SURF Communication Solutions
SURF Communication Solutions (SURF) is an industry leader in high-capacity processing solutions for real-time multimedia communication systems and applications. Since 1996, SURF's products have delivered the integral technology behind many leading vendors' multimedia servers and gateways and have been deployed with operators and service providers worldwide. SURF-powered multimedia applications deliver next-gen services to millions of end-users every day. SURF offers a fully converged multimedia processing subsystem available in various form factors, DSP chips or end-to-end solutions, affording unmatched density and optimal performance.
SOURCE Tadiran Telecom
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