Cisco storms IP communications market for SMBs.

Launches telephony appliances that combine VoIP, networking and some PBX features.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Mar 4, 2011
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"Cisco Systems launched two unified communications platforms aimed at small and midsize businesses. The company also announced a global sales productivity initiative called Cisco Partner Advisor, with agents available to give partners immediate and personalized sales support to accelerate sales; Cisco also is extending its WebEx Meeting Center to its midmarket partners," writes eWeek's Nathan Eddy.

"The UC 300 Series is a complete collaboration system aimed at companies with two to 24 users. The platform is designed to help small businesses take advantage of IP telephony to reduce phone costs and boost employee productivity. It includes built-in data and wireless support, along with features such as voicemail and automated attendant. In addition, three-year, zero percent financing is available from Cisco Capital in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. for the UC300 Series through the end of July 2011," Eddy writes.

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Cisco Debuts Two Unified Communications Platforms

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