Tadiran Telecom Makes Available Unified Communication and Collaboration Solution
Noting that current UC solutions are generally based on legacy platforms and “patches” of acquired technologies, Eldad Barak, president and CEO at Tadiran Telecom, said that Aeonix presents a unique approach to lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
“Aeonix's private cloud deployment empowers distributed environments with all the flexibility and scalability of pure software architecture and open standards,” Barak said.
The company has designed the newest offering to provide advantage to distributed organization. Company officials said that an intuitive communications platform consolidates business applications. Moreover, Aeonix features an open architecture and intuitive management interface, which allows customers to update according to the changing needs and demands of the industry.
The company has announced the general availability after a successful beta release. Customers were highly satisfied with the offering as it provides the benefit of automated diagnostics and recovery mechanisms in case of a breakdown, according to company officials.
Oregon based Medford School District is one of the sites where Aeonix was deployed during the beta phase. It was deployed in a distributed environment. Company officials said that it’s serving, as a unified cluster solution, 1100 users, in 20 district schools.
"Medford School was looking to upgrade to a Unified communications solution that was technologically advanced, scalable and easy to manage," said Jeffrey Bales, manager for network services at Medford School District.
Bales said that implementation of the Aeonix took half of the time that they had allocated and upgrading to Aeonix is a huge jump forward in technology and stability.
Earlier in November, the Chinese State Grid power certified Aeonix solution for use in China.
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Edited by Rich Steeves