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AudioCodes launches Skype for Business solution

08 May 15

AudioCodes has announced its Skype for Business One Voice Solution, including a suite of products and professional services to aid with migration to Office 365, on-premises and hybrid solutions.

The vendor says its multi-year global expertise in large scale Microsoft unified communications deployments brings unparalleled value to system integrators, resellers and customers.

AudioCodes’ voice networking product portfolio for Microsoft includes IP phones, session border controllers, survivable branch appliances, gateways, call recording application, One Box 365, auto attendant/IVR and fax applications.

AudioCodes also offers a network and services management framework - One Voice Operations Center.

Following Microsoft's launch of Skype for Business and the comprehensive Office 365 cloud services, AudioCodes has released its One Voice Solution to help enterprises migrate to the cloud, deploy on premise, or create a hybrid solution that is right for their specific needs.

"We have been collaborating closely with Microsoft on their unified communications solution from the early days of Live Communications Server 2005 (LCS) and to the recent announcement of Skype for Business," says Nimrode Borovsky, AudioCodes vice president of marketing.

"We have been constantly innovating and expanding our product and service portfolio, and we are now uniquely positioned with a value-proposition that addresses the needs of today's evolving unified communications environments.

“Being repeatedly certified as a Microsoft Gold Communications partner and deployed in some of world's largest enterprises constitutes a vote of trust in our offerings," says Borovsky.

AudioCodes products and services have been deployed at accounting firms, energy, pharmaceutical, food, and manufacturing companies, as well as chosen for hosted services by service providers.

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