Market Update: Polycom Customizes System for Lync
Companies in the news this week include SIPCOM, Microsoft, AltiGen, VBrick, Network Equipment Technologies, Alexander Open Systems, VOSS, Jabra, IntelePeer and Logitech.
SIPCOM Standardizes on Acme Packet for Microsoft Unified Communications: Acme Packet, the leader in session delivery network solutions, announced that SIP Communications PLC (SIPCOM) is deploying Acme Packet's Net-Net session border controllers (SBCs) for its worldwide launch of hosted Microsoft Lync services. Acme Packet, exhibiting at this week's Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2011, is enabling secure interconnect via SIP trunks between SIPCOM's network and an extended network of tier 1 service providers.
AltiGen Announces MaxMobile Server 2011 for Microsoft Lync Server 2010: AltiGen Communications, Inc., the leading provider of innovative Unified Communications solutions for enterprises and service providers, announced it will be showcasing MaxMobile Server 2011 for Lync, a new unified mobile convergence solution for Microsoft Lync Server 2010 at Microsoft's 2011 Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles, California.
VBrick Systems Delivers Streaming Video in Microsoft Lync to Bolster the Power of Unified Communications for Enterprises: Enterprise IP video leader VBrick Systems announced support for a new generation of IP video capabilities that seamlessly integrate with Microsoft Lync 2010 Unified Communications platform. The offering combines Lync's rich collaboration tools with VBrick's unparalleled ability to manage and deliver live and on-demand IP video to a user's desktop.
AOS to Provide AltiGen's Mobility and Contact Center Solutions for Microsoft Lync: AltiGen Communications, Inc., the leading provider of integrated Microsoft-based Unified Communications solutions, announced that AOS (Alexander Open Systems) has chosen to represent AltiGen Communication's mobility and contact center solutions to customers choosing Microsoft Lync Server 2010.
VOSS Solutions Announces the Availability of VOSS 7.4: VOSS Solutions, provider of unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) service delivery and management software, announced the general availability of VOSS 7.4, a scalable fulfillment management platform that overarches complex UC&C networks for managed service providers and large enterprises.
Jabra Adds Pro Headset: Jabra added to its Pro series of wireless headsets with the addition of the Pro 9450. Designed for businesses looking to transition to unified communications, the Pro 9450 is optimized for Microsoft Lync 2010. It reportedly enables users to answer calls in four different ways: when away from their desks by using the headset, at their desks by pressing a button on the headset base touchpad display, using Jabra Call Manager software, or using computer keyboard shortcuts.
IntelePeer Names Catapult Systems to Partner Program: IntelePeer, a provider of on-demand, cloud-based communications, announced that Catapult Systems, a Microsoft National Systems Integrator, has joined the IntelePeer Partner Program. According to a release, Catapult Systems now includes IntelePeer CoreCloud SIP Trunking as part of its Microsoft Lync unified communications solutions offerings.
Logitech Business Webcams and Headsets Optimized for Lync are Ready for Office 365: Logitech International announced that its business-class webcams and headsets that are optimized for Microsoft Lync are ready to work with Microsoft Office 365 with Microsoft Lync Online, the unified communications (UC) platform for Microsoft Corp. Through this optimization users can now experience seamless audio and video conferencing or peer to peer communications from the comfort of their shared workspace or office using Logitech webcams and headsets with Office 365 -- no extra equipment, or costly installation required.