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G12 Communications SIP Trunking Solution Completes Qualification with Microsoft Lync 2013

September 30, 2014

G12 Communications’ Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) Trunking solution has recently received independent Microsoft Lync 2013 qualification.

Company officials said that with this qualification, Microsoft’s (News - Alert) Lync partners can now confidently recommend G12’s SIP Trunking service in order to help customers take full advantage of everything the Microsoft Lync platform has to offer.

“Lync is a powerful tool to help enterprise IT directors integrate an employee’s desktop experience with voice, video, and chat communications on any device, but only if they are working with a SIP Trunking partner qualified to support Lync,” said Rick Coma, CEO of G12 Communications. “This qualification validates that our SIP Trunking service passed a comprehensive test plan covering every aspect of PSTN integration and call flow.”

G12 Lync SIP Trunking will help Microsoft Lync customers benefit from effortless communication irrespective of location or device, encompassing voice, chat, video, and conferencing.

“Working with a Lync 2013 qualified provider is the most efficient way for Microsoft partners to deploy Lync and allow their customers to maximize the return on the investment they’ve made in our platform,” said BJ Haberkorn, Director of Lync Product Management at Microsoft. “With this proven interoperability, G12 joins an exclusive number of SIP Trunking providers able to give partners the certainty in knowing they support all features and call flows.”

G12 Communications is a cloud-based provider of easy-to-access, cost-effective unified communication services for enterprise, government, education and medical verticals.

The company offers a comprehensive portfolio of cloud-based enterprise-grade VoIP services: G12 Hosted PBX (News - Alert), G12 SIP Trunking, G12 Toll Free, and G12 Audio Conferencing. It excels at delivering a smooth and seamless transition to its customers and further supports deployments nationwide and in 45 other countries.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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